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Digital photography horrors
By Aimee Baldridge
(May 27, 2005)
Everyone loves digital cameras for doing away with the cost and hassle of film. But as with film photography, there's a dark side to the digital world.
It's a rare digital photographer who doesn't have a woeful tale of lost photos, garish prints, or a camera that gives up the ghost too soon. And, like film cameras, digital models are susceptible to the dangers of their environment.
Each day this week, we'll help you ward off or vanquish a different digital photography demon. Our expert tips will keep your pictures from going over to the dark side.
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Aimee Baldridge, senior editor of digital imaging at CNET, is an avid photographer whose expertise runs the digital-imaging gamut, from snapshot cameras to SLRs to three-chip camcorders.