The Well Connected Woman

"If technology is the symptom, understanding is the cure." -- Sally Wiener Grotta

PUBLICATIONS INCLUDE:
• Woman's Day
• The Robb Report
• CNET
• PC Magazine
• ExtremeTech
• Lear’s
• Family PC
• Parade
• American Heritage
• Broward Life
• Computer Shopper
• Computer Buyers Guide
• D Magazine
• Laptops To Go
• Desktop Publishing
• Islands Magazine
• Equip Magazine
• Exclusively Yours
• High Color
• Laptop Buyers Guide
• Macworld
• Madison Magazine
• New Jersey Bride
• PC Laptop
• Peterson’s Photographic
• Photo Pro
• Photo District News
• Photo Electronic Imaging
• Photography Buyer’s Guide
• Popular Science
• Presentations
• San Diego Magazine
• San Francisco Magazine
• Scuba Diving
• Showboats International
• St. Louis Magazine
• Oakland Tribune
• Philadelphia Inquirer
• & many others

Publications

Sally's critiques, features, how-to articles and reviews have appeared in scores of magazines, including PC Magazine, where she was a contributing editor and the resident expert on anything to do with pictures and computers for over a decade. Her stories are popular for being intelligent, easy to understand and filled with expert knowledge and information. Please see the partial list of publications to the left.

An Internet search on Sally's name will find hundreds of her stories.


Books on Digital Photography
Sally and Daniel Grotta's most recent books are:

"PC Magazine Digital SLR Solutions" (John Wiley)
"Shooting for Dollars: Simple Photo Techniques for Greater eBay Profits" (Peachpit Press)
"PC Magazine Guide to Digital Photography" (John Wiley).

To find out more about them, click on "Books on Digital Photography" at the top of this section.

"The Grottas deliver a unique one-two punch:
Their knowledge of digital imaging is extraordinarily comprehensive, and equally important, they know how to communicate authoritative advice in a way that non-technical users can understand."

– Steve Morgenstern, contributing editor "Rolling Stone"



Three books by Sally Wiener Grotta and Daniel Grotta that defined the field of digital imaging.