Like with any new hardware, purchasing a new digital camera can be especially exciting, yet wildly confusing. The first digital camera entered the marketplace ins 1991, using only a 1.3 megapixel sensor. In 2015, we can find digital cameras using up to 50.6 megapixels! However, 14 years of advancement in digital camera technology has resulted in what might be a very confusing first buy for many people, with literally thousands of cameras on the market.
The first step in buying a new digital camera is to read the manual to get a better understanding of what the camera can do, how you might take advantage of all of its features, and whether or not it is the right camera for you. If for any reason, the instructions are unclear, or you need further assistance in making sense of the multitude of features available on today’s digital cameras, you can bring all of your equipment to My Personal Geek – we will help you learn how to use your new camera by giving you digital camera training.
One question you might have is “what do I do with my pictures after I take them with my new digital camera?” The professionals at My Personal Geek can help you upload your pictures on your computer, and teach you how to use any software that might be required. In addition, we can show you how to organize your pictures, and use popular programs such as Photoshop, Photobooth, etc., or your camera’s recommended editing software in order to edit, print, or upload your photos.
Looking to turn some photos from a special event into an album to share online with family and friends? Want to create custom collages, or put a picture on a coffee mug as a special gift for the holidays? Contact My Personal Geek. We can help with your digital camera purchase and use!