The Top 23 Educational iPad Apps Teachers Favour to Use in Schools May 14, 2014 This is the last post in a series of posts on Tony Vincent's " iPad As Teacher's Pet". In today's post, I am sharing with you a list of some of the top educational iPad apps that teachers favour to use at school. The apps you will see below are based on a March 2014 survey delivered on Twitter to 558 iPad-using teachers. These teachers were asked about their favourite apps to use in school and they came up with this selection. As an educational app reviewer, I find this selection to be highly relevant and contains the best educational apps that teachers should know about. The apps are arranged in order of priority.
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How To Get Started on 360° Panoramic Photography - 360Cities Help Center Introduction - the three easiest ways to create panoramas and / or get them to 360cities.net 2. If you don't have an iPhone or want to create panoramas online, try Panomonkey.com What are these photos on 360cities.net? Exclusive Photography Tips For Capturing Star Trails We had featured some great Top star trail photography in our earlier post. If you are inspired by those photos and want to try something on your own. Then read on.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 3 Simple Tools to Create Quote Posters for Your Class May 29, 2015 Below are three of our favourite web tools for creating picture quotes. You can use these tools with your students to create beautiful quote posters for your class. These picture quotes can be used as warm-up activities or entry events to project based learning. They could also serve as prompts to brainstorm ideas around a given topic or as educational posters to embellish your classroom walls with nuggets of wisdom. 1- PixTeller
A 15 Minute Exercise To Help You Improve Your Photography in 2012 A Post By: Darren Rowse Here’s a little exercise for you to do today. It will only take 15 minutes. It’s all about slowing down and thinking about the shots that you’re taking. Grab your camera – what ever one you have handy (I used my iPhone last time I did this) and head out into your backyard (or if you’re in the middle of winter you can choose an indoor location – perhaps your living room – really anywhere will do). Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The Best 8 Tools to Create Posters for your Classroom Today, we are sharing with you some great web tools that you can use to create your own posters and customize them the way you want. Check out the list below and share with us what you think of them. Enjoy 1- Poster My Wall
Free Photographer's Pricing Guide - How to Price Photography It’s confession time: I think that the majority of pricing guides for photographers are lame. That’s not to say that they don’t work, or that they aren’t worth the money that people sell them for. It’s just that most of the pricing calculators have some major flaw that makes them not nearly as effective as I think they could be. It’s for this reason that I decided to create an easy and straight-forward photography pricing guide for photographers that shows you how to price photography. Most pricing guides rely upon a multiplier that you have to come up with on your own to price your products. 10 Tips & Tricks to Photograph Water with Your Phone Explorando el océano. lisboa Oceanário enjoying life water water by luisk on EyeEm Over 2/3 of the world is covered in water, and our bodies are more than 50% water. Water is in us and all around us, so it’s no wonder that it is the subject of countless photographs.
Top 10 Mistakes that Cause Blurry Photos If your photos are not sharp, you are not alone! The most common question I get asked by beginning photographers is “how do you get your images so sharp?” Blurry photos is very common issue with a whole plethora of possible culprits, making it very difficult to pinpoint exactly what the problem is. But if you go through this list of the top 10 mistakes that cause blurry photos, you will probably find the answer that works for you. Digital Storytelling Project Examples - iPad Multimedia Tools App Smashing! Using multiple apps to create stories! Book Trailers by using middle schoolers using Puppet Pals, Toontastic, iMovie, and more! Talking Book Characters by middle schoolers using FaceJack, Tellagami, PhotoSpeak and more! ChatterPix Kids: Raw Versus JPG – Why You Might Want to Shoot in RAW Format If you have ever shared a photo by email, or posted one online, you might have seen a three or four-letter extension at the end of the file name that looked like “.jpg” or “.jpeg”. Almost every camera – from cell phones to point and shoots to expensive DSLRs takes pictures in this format – with good reason. You can fit thousands of JPG photos on a memory card, and they are generally good quality and easy to view on a computer or mobile device. You don’t need any special software to open a JPG file, and if you do want to edit one, almost any application from iPhoto to Photoshop can do it.
How to Photograph a Painting Professional art photographers Ric Deliantoni and Al Parrish shoot paintings, craft and woodworking projects for F+W Media’s book lines and magazines. Here they guide you on how to photograph your own painting, step by step. Take Your Best Shot By Ric Deliantoni and Al Parrish 1. Prepare your art. Take the painting out of the frame and remove any matting before photographing to prevent any shadows.