This best digital photography page focuses on digital images. If you are involved in digital scrapbooking, one of the biggest sources of content for your projects is digital photos.
These digital photographs may come from you own camera, cell phone, or tablet, or from devices used by family members or friends. Other sources of free images are available from various websites on the Internet, or from stock photography websites, where images can be purchased. Note that some of the free or purchased photographs may have some sort of copyright associated with them and so it is important to keep this in mind when using such photos in scrapbooking projects.
For good quality digital scrapbooks, the best digital photography will be required to produce images that are worthy to be included in the scrapbook. There are various factors to consider for acceptable digital images.
The focus or sharpness of the digital image is a necessity. Blurry images have no place in a quality digital scrapbooking project. These images should be discarded whenever they are encountered, unless the content is so unique that even an unfocussed version of the image is important to keep.
Depth of field or in other words the near areas of the image are in sharp focus and the background of the image is unfocussed is a property of a digital image that often makes the best digital photography. The effect is usually very artistic and these photographs add plenty of interest to your digital scrapbooking project.
Digital images with a wide variety of bright and vibrant colors, not only look great, but also add plenty of energy to the project. Fill your digital scrapbook with images that have a variety of colors. Also, do not forget to include black-and-white and sepia-toned images, which can look great as well, especially when mixed in with color digital images. The variety of tones will add great interest to your digital scrapbooking project.
The subject of the digital photograph is a factor that significantly contributes to whether an image is considered great or not. Without a doubt, the best digital photography images have interesting or unique subject matter.
Below you will find a variety of digital images. Please vote for your favorite image, add a comment, or submit your own best digital photography image with some brief information.
Digital photos of animals are always of great interest. Below is an image of a Rottweiler puppy in a domestic environment.
Animals in the wild also produce unique digital images, as shown by the picture of a curious raccoon below.
The image below illustrates the vibrant colors of red, yellow, and orange, that can be found in the fall in many parts of Canada and the United States.
When it comes to vibrant colors, nothing comes close to capturing this concept than digital images of flowers, as illustrated by these lavender colored flowers with dark green leaves.
The image below definitely falls into the category of best digital photography image. The main subject matter is flowers, but there is so much more in this image. This digital photograph includes sharp focus, vibrant colors, great depth of field, and interesting subject matter of a bee gathering pollen from the flower.
Photographing insects up close always provides interesting digital photos as illustrated in the picture of the dragonfly sitting on a rock below.
Images of various landscapes and seascapes can be made interesting if photographed in the right way. The image below is of a lake with ripples in the water, sun bouncing off the water, and long grasses protruding from the lake surface. All of these elements add plenty of interest and artistic value even though the colors are not vibrant.
DVD formats or digital versatile disc formats started to become available in 1997 with the introduction of the DVD movie disc.
A DVD or CD Wallet and DVD CD album are two methods for storing optical discs. However, are these acceptable and safe methods for disc storage?
CD storage cases or CD jewel cases are the recommended way of storing your CDs or DVDs in order to prevent deterioration.