Digital Camera Basic Tutorial

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Published on July 30, 2008

Author: dharms

Source: slideshare.net

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So you have a camera but don’t know what to do with it The purpose of this tutorial is to get you up on your feet and allow you to take pictures with you camera and put them on the computer. Intro

So you have a camera but don’t know what to do with it

The purpose of this tutorial is to get you up on your feet and allow you to take pictures with you camera and put them on the computer.

In order to move through this Power point you will need to use these buttons to navigate Intro

In order to move through this Power point you will need to use these buttons to navigate

Objectives After the completion of this tutorial you will be able to Turn on your digital camera and take photographs Upload them from the camera to the computer Intro

Objectives

After the completion of this tutorial you will be able to

Turn on your digital camera and take photographs

Upload them from the camera to the computer

The first thing you need to do with your camera is check the batteries. Some camera’s have rechargeable battery packs, others use standard batteries. Camera

The first thing you need to do with your camera is check the batteries. Some camera’s have rechargeable battery packs, others use standard batteries.

Next you will need to check the memory card. Most cameras use memory cards. Check your slot to make sure you have some memory in it. Camera

Next you will need to check the memory card. Most cameras use memory cards. Check your slot to make sure you have some memory in it.

Now you are ready to turn on your camera. Find the on/off button and turn it on. Camera

Now you are ready to turn on your camera. Find the on/off button and turn it on.

Most digital cameras have two modes: Picture mode and preview mode. Let’s see how many pictures you have on your camera. Make sure your camera is in photo mode. Camera

Most digital cameras have two modes: Picture mode and preview mode. Let’s see how many pictures you have on your camera. Make sure your camera is in photo mode.

In the corner should be the number of pictures you have left. The bigger your memory card, the more pictures you will be able to take. Camera

In the corner should be the number of pictures you have left. The bigger your memory card, the more pictures you will be able to take.

Let’s take a picture. Your camera should still be in photo mode. At this point, your digital camera operates very similar to a regular camera. Point your camera and click the picture. Camera

Let’s take a picture. Your camera should still be in photo mode. At this point, your digital camera operates very similar to a regular camera. Point your camera and click the picture.

Congratulations, you’ve taken your first digital picture. Camera

Congratulations, you’ve taken your first digital picture.

Now let’s take a look at the picture. Change your camera mode to preview picture mode. The last picture you took should appear on your screen. Camera

Now let’s take a look at the picture. Change your camera mode to preview picture mode. The last picture you took should appear on your screen.

You can scroll through the other pictures you have taken by using the scroll buttons. If you find a picture that you don’t want to keep, press the menu button. Camera

You can scroll through the other pictures you have taken by using the scroll buttons. If you find a picture that you don’t want to keep, press the menu button.

When the menu appears on the screen, hit delete this picture. Now you’ve got the basics of using the camera. Camera

When the menu appears on the screen, hit delete this picture. Now you’ve got the basics of using the camera.

So you’ve got your camera filled with pictures, now what? Importing

So you’ve got your camera filled with pictures, now what?

Your camera came with a USB cable, one end of the cable plugs into your camera and the other goes into the computer. Go ahead and plug the camera in. Importing

Your camera came with a USB cable, one end of the cable plugs into your camera and the other goes into the computer. Go ahead and plug the camera in.

It is important to turn on your camera now and put it into the preview mode, this allows the computer to recognize that the camera is attached. Now you are ready to plug in the USB cable into the computer. Importing

It is important to turn on your camera now and put it into the preview mode, this allows the computer to recognize that the camera is attached. Now you are ready to plug in the USB cable into the computer.

Give your computer some time, it should recognize your camera and ask you if you want to download the pictures. There are many choices of programs to use for your pictures. Many cameras come with software that allow your pictures to be brought in your computer with ease. Importing

Give your computer some time, it should recognize your camera and ask you if you want to download the pictures. There are many choices of programs to use for your pictures. Many cameras come with software that allow your pictures to be brought in your computer with ease.

Have your program import the pictures to your hard drive. The easiest place to put your pictures is in the my pictures folder in Windows. After your pictures are imported, go ahead and check the pictures out on the computer. Importing

Have your program import the pictures to your hard drive. The easiest place to put your pictures is in the my pictures folder in Windows. After your pictures are imported, go ahead and check the pictures out on the computer.

After you make sure your photos are on your computer, you can now delete the pictures from your camera. Hit the menu button and go to the delete photos section. This time you want to delete all the photos from the camera. Importing

After you make sure your photos are on your computer, you can now delete the pictures from your camera. Hit the menu button and go to the delete photos section. This time you want to delete all the photos from the camera.

Now you can turn off your camera to save batteries. Importing

Now you can turn off your camera to save batteries.

1. What is the name of the cable that connects your computer to your camera? Quiz A. DMC B. CBS C. USB D. MXP

1. What is the name of the cable that connects your computer to your camera?

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