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Your video card determines how many colors your monitor can display as well as what screen resolution settings you can use. Screen resolution affects the size at which your pictures display, as discussed in 10, but even the poorest excuse for a video card is likely adequate in this regard. For photo editing, a more critical issue is whether the card offers so-called true color display also called 24-bit color which gives you the ability to display about 16.7 million colors. Your digital camera captures all those colors, so you should be able to view them on your monitor. As for the monitor itself, size doesn t matter, although your eyes will certainly appreciate a 17-inch or larger screen more than a puny 15-incher. What is important is the type of monitor you use. The new flat-panel LCD monitors look cool and eat up less desk space, but they re not the best choice for doing intensive retouching and color-critical photo projects because image colors, contrast, and brightness appear different depending on your angle of view. Traditional CRT (cathode-ray tube) monitors produce a more even, reliable display.
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Your digital camera box no doubt included a cable that lets you connect the camera to your computer in order to transfer picture files from the camera s memory to the computer s hard drive (or other storage device). But transferring picture files this way sometimes involves some extra steps, or requires that you use the camera manufacturer s proprietary transfer software, or both. In addition, you have to keep the camera turned on during the file transfer, which consumes battery power. A better transfer solution is to attach a memory-card reader to your computer. When you re ready to transfer pictures, you insert your camera memory card and then drag and
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FIGURE 1.8 Memory card readers simplify the process of transferring picture files to your computer; this SanDisk reader accepts six types of memory cards.
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A printer that can print directly from camera memory cards can double as a card reader. While the printer is connected to the computer, the system sees the printer s memory-card slot as another hard drive.
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Never use your computer s hard drive for long-term picture storage. Hard drives can die, taking your picture files with them to the great electronics beyond. In addition, you run the risk that you or others who use your computer will accidentally delete important picture files. At present, CD-ROM offers the best option for archival image storage. CD burners are cheap, as are blank CDs, and you can buy external models so you don t even have to crack open your computer case to add one to your system. Be sure to copy your image files to CD-R discs, which can t be erased, and not the rewritable CD-RW discs. And for long-term security of your image files, use brand-name CDs, not the el-cheapo brands sold in outlet stores. DVD recorders are another storage possibility. However, prices are higher than CD technology, and the industry hasn t yet agreed on a common DVD format, which means that a DVD you create on your system may not play on another computer or DVD drive. Having lived through the deaths of Betamax video tapes and the LaserDisc, I m not keen on joining the early-adopter ranks when it comes to recording devices.
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