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Digital Photography World and "Learning How We See Things"

 Digital photography is a new and exciting form of visual communication which allows us all to share more accurately and more easily our visual memories and perceptions in the form of digital images.

Kodak EasyShare C195 Digital Camera - Silver (14 MP,5x Optical Zoom 3.0 inch LCD)


  • One-button upload to email, Kodak Gallery, Youtube™, Facebook and Flickr sites
  • Better pictures automatically with Kodak Smart Capture technology
  • Find photos easily with face recognition technology
  • 14MP, 5x zoom and 3" bright LCD
  • Advanced video features

  • £36.99
  • Sharing your pictures just got simpler!


    Sharing pictures has never been easier than with the great value 14 MP, 5X optical zoom KODAK EASYSHARE C195 Digital Camera.

    The C195 has a 3” (7.6 cm) bright LCD so you can enjoy reviewing your pictures and video right on the camera’s large screen. The powerful 5x optical zoom lens zooms in extra close and blur reduction reduces blur caused by subject movement or fast-action situations and automatically minimizes the effects of camera shake to deliver clearer, sharper pictures. When taking pictures of friends and family, Kodak face detection technology locates up to 5 faces and automatically adjusts the camera settings to ensure you always get the best possible shot; and Kodak’s face recognition feature makes it super quick and easy to tag and search your pictures by name. All these features at such an affordable price is very impressive, but it’s still the ease of sharing pictures that sets this camera apart.

    One-button upload to online sites such as FACEBOOK and FLICKR, and email.

    Everyone enjoys sharing their latest pictures with friends and family online but its often so complicated the pictures end up just staying on the camera! The new Kodak share button makes sharing your pictures super easy.

    You’re out snapping pictures with friends and want to share them online as soon as you get home. In review mode just press the KODAK Share button to select your choice of sharing destinations - your FACEBOOK, YouTube, FLICKR or KODAK Gallery accounts or e-mail addresses you’ve added to your camera. You can select a KODAK PULSE Digital Frame too. When you get home simply connect your camera to your computer with the USB cable provided and your pictures and videos will automatically be transferred to your computer and uploaded to all tagged destinations. It’s that easy.

    The first time you connect the C195 Digital Camera to your computer, KODAK’s Share Button app (a small software program) will launch and prompt you to add login information for your online sharing sites and email address. After that one time setup, photos will be uploaded to the sharing destinations you’ve chosen automatically just as soon as you connect your camera to your computer.

    Better pictures automatically with Kodak Smart Capture

    When taking pictures, wouldn’t you like to save time and concentrate on composing the picture to capture that perfect moment without worrying about adjusting camera settings? Unfortunately, with “normal” auto modes, this sometimes means you will be disappointed with the result. We’ve all taken pictures of scenes that looked great through the human eye but not so good on the camera. A typical example would be a picture of a subject with a bright background. In these backlit situations the background looks good, but the subject—the most important part of the picture - is often too dark. KODAK's Smart Capture feature allows you to become a better photographer in just about any environment by automatically applying three split-second processes to improve your pictures without you having to adjust any settings:

    1. Intelligent scene detection detects and analyzes the characteristics of scene
    2. Intelligent capture control then automatically sets camera settings including exposure, focus and ISO for clear, sharp pictures even in low light and challenging situations
    3. Intelligent image processing enhances the final result in the processing stage by reducing noise and clearing up dark shadows for vibrant, crisp details and true-to-life colors.

    So with Smart Capture you’ll get better pictures automatically in just about any lighting condition without the worry of adjusting camera settings. You just press the button and we do the rest!

    Face Recognition makes finding pictures easy

    If you’ve ever scrolled through hundreds of pictures on your camera looking for just one picture in particular, Kodak’s face recognition feature is just what you need. It’s powerful and easy to use. Using the on-camera keyboard, enter the name of any face detected during picture taking—up to 5 different people in a single picture. The next time a picture of a tagged person is taken; the camera will automatically recognize their face and assign the right name to it. A maximum of 20 different people can be added to the on-camera face registry, and up to five different poses of each person are used to increase the accuracy of their facial recognition. Once a person is recognized by facial recognition, its super quick and easy to search by name to find all the pictures of that person whenever you want.

    Kodak EasyShare C195 Digital Camera - Silver (14 MP,5x Optical Zoom 3.0 inch LCD)

    The diversity of "digital" makes it possible to share our feelings and emotions surrounding these memories as never before.  The image making process starts with our camera, continues with our computers (post processing) and the results can be shared via screens, tablets internet etc.  They can also be printed and displayed and all of this can now be done, simply and cheaply by anyone so inclined.

     Modern technology has made this possible, digital cameras are easy to use, computers are powerful, with sophisticated software, giving complete freedom to enhance and manipulate, the colours, tones and composition of the images we take.  We have the internet for sharing, and home printers are capable of making stunning prints in full colour.

    Samsung WB250F Smart Camera 2.0 with Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity Cobalt Black (Dark Blue) (14MP CMOS, 18x Optical Zoom) 3.0 inch HVGA Touch Screen


    • Smart Camera with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity
    • bright 14MP BSI CMOS Sensor
    • 18X Optical Zoom
    • Bright 3.0” HVGA Touch Screen and 5 way key design
    • Get complete control in every condition with Full Manual Mode (A/S/M)

    Presenting the Samsung WB250F, an elegantly designed Smart Camera that simplifies image sharing through enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity and a Hybrid Touch User Interface. It also delivers higher quality close-ups and panoramas with the 18x zoom and 24mm wide-angle lens.

    Image sharing made automatic, convenient, and simple. With enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity, the classically influenced WB250F SMART CAMERA delivers images simultaneously to your smartphone and conveniently to your family and friends. The Hybrid Touch User Interface makes sharing simple — and the 18x zoom, 24mm wide-angle lens and Best Face help you create stunning images, well-worth sharing.

    One touch opens a world of connectivity Samsung WB250F

    One touch connectivity
    One touch connectivity
    Wi-Fi Connectivity with DIRECT LINK

    Experience the wireless advantages of the SMART CAMERA's Wi-Fi connectivity and truly intelligent features. The dedicated DIRECT LINK hot key helps you quickly connect to Wi-Fi networks while MobileLink, Social Sharing & Email, and Family Story let you share memories with friends and family around the world. There's also the Remote Viewfinder, AllShare Play, the Samsung SMART CAMERA App.—and more—all of which make it easy to connect to other devices.

    Save pictures to your camera and phone Instantly


    Simultaneously send every picture you take to your mobile phone via Wi-Fi connection—to make backing up and sharing your high-quality photos super easy. Set up AutoShare once and the camera saves it as the default setting. AutoShare also GPS tags your photos with your Smart Phone.

    Camera, smartphones and tablets - the easiest way to share


    Now you can select and send an image or album directly to an Android smartphone, iPhone or tablet with the Samsung MobileLink. You don't even have to send the image as a text message or as an email. With MobileLink, you can control the album on your phone and the changes will be saved to your camera, too.

    Remotely control your camera from a smartphone

    Remote Viewfinder

    Control your camera by using your smartphone as the viewfinder. Remote Viewfinder lets you preview images, adjust the camera settings, zoom in and out and frame each scene— all from your phone, wirelessly. This feature is available for select smartphones.

    Connect to your camera faster- one touch, three apps

    Samsung SMART CAMERA App.

    Download the Samsung SAMRT CAMERA App. which features- Remote Viewfinder, AutoShare, and MobileLink – without having to download each app individually. Rather than launching the apps one at a time on your smartphone, you can open all three apps at once, with the touch of a finger.

    Seamless sharing
    Seamless sharing

    Seamless sharing and play across all devices

    AllShare Play

    AllShare Play lets you connect to all devices that support AllShare Play. You can wirelessly stream photos and videos from your camera to nearby devices to share with friends and family at once, or simply upload to Web Storage instantly for easy management. Enjoy the freedom of sharing with AllShare Play!

    Never lose your valuable memories


    With Cloud, you'll never run out of room in your memory card or lose valuable pictures, even on the go. Wirelessly save images to a cloud service such as Microsoft Skydrive or a regional cloud provider, then view them anytime on your smartphone, tablet or download them to your PC later.

  • Cloud

     So why, are we not all David Bailey?  Why do our images, stunning as they are, somehow often lack that little something?  They don't capture the scene quite as we saw it, or felt about it, (the photo doesn't move us quite like the view-finding did!).

     We won't find the answer in the technology, buying a bigger better camera won't help, the answer lies within ourselves, and the way we see.  We look with our eyes, but see with our heads!

     When we point our cameras at a scene, the recorded image is the same as that recorded by our eyes at that instant in time.  In our heads we see a memory/image that is a jigsaw puzzle, of selected pieces from that image, and created from thousands of slightly different "frames" that pass to the visual brain centres.

     In effect our eyes are video cameras, we are looking at a constantly running video.  We need to make sense of all this visual information and select and arrange, that which interests us for one reason or another.  The resulting memories are a compilation of all these frames and make up the images/"photographs" in our head.  The way we create these visual memories is the seeing not looking we are talking about.  We need to understand better this process and apply it, before we can point our cameras and begin to create photographs that come close to our cherished memories.

     A few gifted people can do this, instinctively understanding how we see.  For the majority of us however, a better understanding of how we organise and create our visual memories will not only impove our photography, but also greatly enhance our vision, understanding and pleasure in the world around us.

     The same technology that gave us digital photography has considerably increased our knowledge of how we see.  How we recognise shapes and objects, how our selective visual process works, what attracts our "mental" eye the lighting effects that allow us to see depth and perspective in flat photographs.  How our world is arranged and how we can use this to understand "beauty" and aesthetics, the psychological effect of tone light colour and lines, not forgetting the way we apply all this when we look at and interpret photographs.


    Looking at other people's photographs critically is another aspect of learning how we see, and with all the digital imagery around today this is now much easier to achieve.

     Digital imaging starts with being capable of seeing and understanding what we are looking at, giving us a better chance of capturing, enhancing, and communicating that vision as a digital photograph.


    Finally don't go out and buy a bigger, "better" camera, expecting to get better images, (it doesn't work, I've tried it).  Better to "learn how we see", not just to look.  I know, from my own experience, that way it is more likely to get you closer, to that all elusive, photography masterpiece


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