Everything you need to know about digital cameras: which one to buy, how to use it and tricks to getting the best results, all delivered in snappy prose. The Beginner's Guide to photography explains certain techniques like the Half-Press (good for focusing and speeding up your camera's reaction time) and provides lessons in Photographic Concepts (offered "so those numbers on the camera will start to make sense"). There's loads of advice on how to take snapshots the old-fashioned way, too. (Remember film?) Another great resource is Digital Photography Review, a previous Time.com best-site pick that was recently acquired by Amazon.com. It boasts a comprehensive database of digital camera specs by make and model, in-depth product reviews, industry news and a useful glossary of terms. Picnik.com provides basic photo-editing tools that you can use from inside your browser (there's no application to download) and it can also work inside Facebook, Flickr and Picasa Web albums. And Graphita lets you add icons, dialogue bubbles and other doodads to your images.