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A Picture says more… Using Digital Pictures

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  1. A Picture says more…Using Digital Pictures

  2. Table of Contents • Why using digital pictures • When using digital pictures • How to use your camera • Tips on photographing • Editing pictures • Editing tips • Interesting links

  3. 1. Why using digital pictures? • A picture says more than a thousand words • Many people don’t have much time to read or listen • A picture needs no translation • A picture is an idea and proof at the same time • You can show many things with pictures • Makes local knowledge clear • Over time you will see more • Fast and convincing communication • Can directly be used in training/ presentation • Easy

  4. 2. When using digital pictures? • In presentations • Reports • Explanations on field visits • Trainings • Websites

  5. 3. How to use your camera • When you are in the field, try to see things through the camera and take pictures • Ask local experts and resource persons to explain and ‘show’ what they mean • Try to capture the knowledge of local specialists

  6. 4. Tips on photographing (1) • Use series of photographs – this can make a story

  7. 4. Tips on photographing (2) • Think of detail and think of overview • People make pictures more interesting

  8. 5. Editing pictures • A lot of software is available for editing pictures. It is recommended to use ‘real’ edit programs. This means do not use Word or other text editors to edit your pictures. • Examples of picture editing programs are: • Adobe Photoshop (very advanced, not free) • Paint(not many options, but standard in MS Office) • VCW VicMan's Photo Editor (Free) • ImageMagick (free)

  9. 6. Editing tips (1) • Sometimes your picture is too big to fit the place where you want to have it. It looks very unprofessional to squeeze the picture without taking notice of scales. For example don’t do:

  10. 6. Editing tips (2)How to keep original scales • Most editing programs will keep scales of pictures when you hold down the shift key while you resize your picture by dragging a corner. • Another option is to go to ‘Format picture’, then look for an option like: ‘Lock aspect ratio’. When this option is active, the picture will keep the original scales when you adjust the size.

  11. 6. Editing tips (3) • The quality of a picture is related to the amount of pixels a picture contains. The higher the quality the larger the file. If you want to place a picture on the internet it might be better to use a low quality. Smaller files can be downloaded faster. • You can decrease the size of your picture (compressing) by: • By changing settings in your digital camera. Look in your camera for ‘image size, image quality or compression’. • Afterwards for example in a PowerPoint presentation: right click your mouse, choose: ‘format picture > picture > compress > change resolution to web/screen’.

  12. 7. Interesting links (1)Editing software • Adobe Photoshop. Very advanced, not free • Paint. It has not many options, but it is a standard program in MS Office • VCW VicMan's Photo Editor (free) • ImageMagick (free)

  13. 7. Interesting links (2)Organizing pictures • Free software that helps you organize and manage your pictures in a clear way • Online album where you can upload your pictures and manage them online

  14. 7. Interesting links (3)Trainings and courses • Short courses on digital cameras or digital photographing • Tips on scanning by Wayne Fulton • This is an online course on digital photographs from Cnet. Also available on this website are tip and tricks

  15. 7. Interesting links (4)Tips and tricks • Tips on digital cameras, varying from tips on how to buy a camera to tips on reducing red-eyed pictures • Kodak Tips and Projects Center; tips on various topics