At First I Thought These Were Classic 18th Century Paintings…Then I Took A Closer Look. Wow! Bill Gekas is an Australian photographer with a love for classic paintings. But last year Gekas took his love a bit farther and decided to recreate the classics through photography…using his gorgeous 5-year old daughter as the subject. And the outcome is, well, take a look for yourself… It’s not easy to get a small child to look natural in an 18th century scene…
Openclipart Log in | Sign Up Upload Clipart Popular All-Time This Week << Select a sorting option Most Popular Weekly 13 Great Resources for Finding Free Public Domain Books April 27, 2014 We all love to cuddle up with a good book and read a chapter or two before we fall asleep. That was before the massive uptake of ebooks and the widespread of ebook readers and tablets. Now that life becomes excessively digitized, digital reading is virtually the norm. The importance of digital reading, not only for us but for our students as well , is well documented in the education research literature. As Malloy and Gambrell (2006) pointed out, the future is already here: " Many elementary students are already adept at searching and surfing, using reading and spelling in ways not explicitly taught. Reading online is not only something that many students do in their leisure time but is also a skill they will need to develop as they learn to research and create in their middle school years and beyond. " (p. 482).
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15 Best Sites for Open Source Images Recently, a teacher we know put together a concise and effective PowerPoint presentation which was well received. The only thing was that when the students inquired where the photos came from, the teacher said he searched for them using Google. The students replied, “You mean you stole them!” (Some of the images still prominently displayed the watermark from iStock photo!) Trust me, you don’t want to be in this position, especially if you are trying to teach the 21st Century Fluencies of Global Digital Citizenship. A Guide to Creating Mood in your Images Moody photographs, we all love them, but how can we take them ourselves? I guess first we need to know what mood means, it’s a pretty abstract concept after all. The dictionary defines it as “Inducing or suggestive of a particular feeling or state of mind” which would suggest that a moody photo is one that creates a feeling in the viewer.
How to Use a Sound Trigger to Photograph Kids Photographers know that the two hardest living things to capture good pictures of are children and animals. Because they’re constantly active and moving, it can be quite a challenge to keep young children stationary long enough to focus your lens and snap a picture before they’re off and running toward the next shiny object they see. Inventor James Madelin created the ioShutter to combine the iPhone and a DSLR to create incredible time-lapse, stop-action, or single frame photos using your iPhone as the trigger. Extremely Essential Camera Skills by Rob and Lauren Lim The fastest route to better quality photography isn’t buying a new and expensive camera with all the latest bells and whistles. It’s by mastering the one you have. They say that the best camera is the one that you have with you, and this eBook will teach you all the essential camera skills you’ll need to create amazing photographs with whatever camera you may have.
AF-ON & Back Button Autofocus: This May Just Change the Way You Shoot Forever Still autofocusing by pressing halfway down on your shutter release? Well, suppose I told you there’s another way that you might even like better? Sound interesting? Read on. How to Get Genuine Feedback On Your Photographs I'm Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course. By Admin on in Photography Websites When you start getting into photography, it’s very easy to get swept up in the awesomeness and friendliness of the online photography community. People love sharing photos online in places like Flickr and 500px, commenting on websites about how much they love each other’s photographs and getting that instant satisfaction that community and encouragement brings.
Great Tutorial: '10 Things Beginners Want to Know How To Do' in Photoshop CC It’s likely one of the reasons Adobe decided to shift to a subscription model was so that they could bring in more beginners and amateurs that had never had affordable access to the software. For them, justifying a several hundred-dollar purchase wasn’t always feasible, but $10 per month through Adobe’s perpetually-extended Photoshop Photography Program is more than reasonable, and so we’d bet there are more beginners on Photoshop CC than ever before. Now the hard part… actually using the software. Super helpful Photoshop CC beginner tutorial to the rescue!