Digital Media

Digital photography and video have come a long way from the early days of digital cameras that used floppy disks and could only capture VGA resolution images, and postage stamp sized video. Today, even low cost smartphones have built in cameras, and can typically capture full HD video, even if the actual quality varies, while dedicated cameras come in a variety of body and sensor sizes, with both traditional DSLRs and newer mirrorless systems offering an unprecedented range of capabilities and choice, while pocket sized rugged action cameras allow capture of video footage in locations that previously would have been inaccessible to all but the highest end professional equipment.

Software for editing and enhancing both still images and video footage also offers what can be a bewildering range of choice.

In this section, I'll explore how to make the most of the range of choices available for digital photography and video, regardless of your budget.


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