"Really, Really Really Easy Step-by-Step Digital Photography" explains the process of picture-taking and sharing digital images in terms that anybody can understand. There are many books on digital photography, but there are few bare-bones guides that take you beyond the baffling tech-speak of camera manuals and photography books and magazines. "Really, Really, Really Easy Step-by-Step Digital Photography" is written by authors well versed in turning tough concepts into easy step-by-step instructions. Unlike conventional photography books, the authors first delve into the nuts and bolts of storage, organization, manipulation and sharing of digital images. The second half of the book covers basic camera usage and guides the reader towards the choice of camera that is appropriate for their skills, needs and budget. For ease of explanation and maximum reach in the market, all instructions are aimed at users running PCs under Windows XP; for the step-by-step photography sequences, the authors make use of a Canon digital camera (other makes will be touched on) as a 'generic' model.