With the boom in digital cameras, video cameras, and computers, Americans are making memories by the truckload. And they're organizing those memories in increasing numbers--scrapbooking has become a $1.4 billion-per-year market. Where digital cameras and scrapbooking meet, there's only one book: Digital Family Album Basics. This easy-to-use, easy-to-understand handbook shows how these two trends are a match made in heaven, because the ultimate tool for storing, manipulating, and displaying photos, text, and graphics is the computer. Author Janine Warner is an expert at making technology inviting and nonthreatening, even to non-techies, and her warm, straightforward approach is completely family friendly. Parents, grandparents, and kids can work together on dozens of wonderful projects to create lasting family treasures. From clicking the shutter to printing out family albums, personalized baby books, holiday letters, greeting cards, and more, Digital Family Album Basics makes it easy to create, capture, and share priceless memories. * An estimated 40 percent of all American households own a digital camera. More than 20 percent of households do scrapbooking. Put 'em together and what have you got? Digital Family Album Basics! * Ideal for everyone who wants to showcase digital memories * High tech and high touch Janine Warner, best-selling author of Dreamweaver for Dummies, Managing Web Projects for Dummies, and Creating Family Web Sites for Dummies, is an internet consultant, speaker, and a regular guest expert in the media. Inspired by her own family, she combined her award-winning journalism skills with her background as a technology executive to create Digital Family Album Basics. She lives in Los Angeles. Coauthors Tom and Mindy McCain are both professional graphic designers (and Janine's aunt and uncle). Their beautiful illustrations make this book a lively, heartfelt guide to creating calendars, cards, online albums, and other digital memories that are sure to engage and inspire family and friends for years to come. They live in Indianapolis.