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Re: Digital camera

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Bill Sechler (BillSe.us)
Tue, 14 Dec 1999 09:16:31 -0800


First download into your documents folder , create a new folder titled Pics 12-14-99 and copy your series of pics there, open Photoshop then open your pics one at a time unless you have a browser of pics in your paint program, Photoshop has none except for the Make Contact option for 30 or less pics in one folder.
>>> "Bill Sechler" <BillSe.us> 12/14 7:59 AM >>>
I use a Sony Mavica, it's film is a PC floppy, it records the pictures as JPEGs and can be read by all computers with a floppy drive. It takes excellent close ups and infinity shots, mid-range images not so good. Yes, digital slides are easy with a tripod and flood lights.

>>> Inland Lakes Schools <acarolan.us> 09/02 9:56 PM >>>
You must download using special software. What kind of digital camera do
youhave.?
What kind of computers?
After you use the software to create a file of pics, you open them up in
photo deluxe. hang in there. Get your techies to help.
ann carolan

"I have figured out

> how to take pics on it. But when I tried to download them into the
> photoshop on my school's computer- nothing.

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