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50 Free - Photography Colleges

50 Free - Photography Colleges
Have a new camera or are ready to dust of the old one? If you haven’t taken a picture in a while, there is lots to learn. But don’t panic. You don’t’ have to re enroll in school or spend hundreds on a professional photographer. Learn how to do it yourself. Whether doing it for the memories or to experience the new tech, the below 50 free photography lessons you should take for fun are jam packed with useful tips, tutorials, video lessons, and much more. Free Multiple Photography Lessons You Should Take for Fun The below free photography lessons are given in several areas on the same site. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Best Free Business Photography Lessons You Should Take for Fun You don’t have to work in a business to learn and develop your skills with these free photography lessons, but it doesn’t hurt. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Best Free Software Photography Lessons You Should Take for Fun 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

100 Ways - Digital Cameras Take photos or videos of field trips. Take photos or videos illustrating vocabulary words. Take photos or videos of plant growth Take photos or videos of community Use photos for seating charts. Take photos to illustrate stories or poems Take photos or videos for illustrating emotions Take photos or videos of classroom pet Take photos to prompt creative writing Take photos of learning centers for a choice chart Take photos or videos of bulletin boards or classroom ideas from other teachers Tape a student's photo on their desk nametag so that other students and substitutes learn names. Use photos for attendance chart Use photos for graphing Use photos for story about the child Use photos of family to create a family book Use photos or videos for step by step directions. A Great Resource: Digital Video in Education: Internet Resources iMovie and iPhoto Tutorials:

Digital Photography 101 This is a series of lessons designed to introduce beginning photographers to the basic techniques of digital photography. All the photos shown were shot by me, mostly with a 35mm camera. I am not a professional photographer so the quality is not what you might see at a pro's site. Pictured here is an Olympus Brio D-150 . Step 1: Put in the batteries. Step 2: Put in the Memory card. this camera uses a SmartMedia card. Step 3: Turn it on by pulling back the lens cover. Step 4: Point it at your neighbor, and push down the button on the top lightly; this should focus the lens. Step 5: Review your shot. Step 6: Download to your computer. Lesson 2: What makes a strong photograph? Lesson 3: Unclutter Lesson 4: The Rule of Thirds Lesson 5: Framing Your View Lesson 6: Getting Up Close Lesson 7: Photography Projects Lesson 8: Other Resources

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