=== by Bob Sutherland ===
I am a retired Computer Science teacher with an interest in photography. After joining a local community photography club I created some web pages for photographers.
My first project was to create a list of software for photographers. On my first attempt I just listed five photo editors. On my second attempt I created a long list of photo editors and other photography related programs.
My second project was to create beginner lessons on how to use a variety of photo editors. My lesson topics include how to resize photos, how to type and draw on photos, and how to capture an image of your computer screen.
- Photo Editing Software
- Here is a short list of some free programs and shareware programs that can be used for photo editing.
- Software for Photographers
- Here is a long list of available photo editors and a few programs for scanning, photo stitching and video slideshow creation. I have included programs for computers, tablets and smartphones. Prices range from free to expensive.
- How to Calibrate an Apple Macintosh Monitor
- This web page describes two methods that you can use to calibrate the display of your Apple Macintosh computer.
- Resizing Digital Photographs
- This is a series of beginner lessons I have created for seven different photo editing programs. In each lesson I teach you how to start up the program, open a photograph file, resize the photograph, and then save or export the file.
- Writing on Digital Photographs
- This is a series of lessons I have created for three photo editing programs. In each lesson I teach you how to draw shapes and type text on photographs.
- Where to Sleep?
- A playful, fictional, short story I created to demonstrate typing text on a photograph.
- How to capture a picture of your computer screen
- This is a lesson on how to use computer software to take a screenshot picture of what is being displayed on your computer screen. I have included instructions for four different programs that are each capable of capturing screenshots.