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Can I Use that Picture?

Can I Use that Picture?
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Clarisketch Free Images - Pixabay 29 Incredibly Useful Websites You Wish You Knew Earlier There are so many wonderful websites around, and it is difficult to know each and every one of them. The below list provides some of those websites that I find particularly helpful, even though they are not as famous or as prevalent as some of the big names out there. 1. BugMeNot Are you bugged constantly to sign up for websites, even though you do not wish to share your email? 2. This nifty little website tracks whether the emails sent by you were opened and read by the receiver. If you are on a constant lookout of free full length movies, then Zero Dollar movies provides a collection of over 15,000 movies in multiple languages that are available to watch for free on Youtube. 4. Livestream allows you to watch and broadcast events live to viewers on any platform. converts your email address into a short custom URLs, that can be shared on public websites. 6. TinEye is a Reverse Image search tool which is as accurate as Google’s Reverse Image search tool. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

The Inverse Square Law of Light Explained in Simple Terms for Photographers If the term “inverse square law of light” immediately sets you to hyperventilating as flashbacks of college physics begin playing in your mind’s eye, take a few breaths into that paper bag, calm down, and click play on the video above. In 6 minutes, Karl Taylor will explain this law and how it affects you specifically as a photographer without overwhelming you in the process. In simple terms, and with a straightforward example, Taylor shows you how moving a light further away from a group of people makes it possible to properly expose everybody (both the ones closest to and ones farthest away from the light), and why we have the inverse square law of light to thank for it. It wouldn’t do to bog down such a simple explanation with a complicated summary, and so we’ll let the video do the talking from here out. Check it out at the top and drop you feedback down below. (via Photography Bay)

Quick Picture Tools - Free Online Image Editors Visual Hunt Free Technology for Teachers In-Depth Presentation Demystifies the Gray Areas of Copyright Law for Photographers This hour and fifteen minute-long presentation is one of the most detailed and useful videos on copyright law for photographers that we’ve run across. Put together by B&H in New York, they asked the The Copyright Zone guys, photographer Jack Reznicki and lawyer Ed Greenberg, to tell viewers and attendees “everything you wanted to know about copyright but were afraid to ask.” A mark in the pros column for this video, and one of the reasons you should bookmark it if you can’t view it right away, is that they’re not going over the absolute basics. The point of the presentation is to address the “boatload bad information, myths, factoids, and half-truths” about copyright that are floating around. At an hour and fifteen minutes, it’s not a short watch by any stretch of the imagination, but the duo’s fun and funny style makes for an engaging presentation that isn’t at all difficult to sit through. (via The-Digital-Picture)

The Ultimate Directory Of Free Image Sources So, you need an image for your blog? We’ve spent some time categorizing our favorite sources for free images and organizing them in such a way as to help you find what you’re looking for. Here are the criteria we’ve examined: Subjects: Does a site focus on specific genres of images, or is it a mass collection of various image types? High Resolution: Lots of great image resources emerged in the pre-Web 2.0 phase, but it wasn’t until bandwidth dramatically increased that allowed for the uploading of much higher resolution images suitable for editing and printing. License: The licenses vary extremely from source to source. Safety: Government sites and many specific subject collections are extremely safe for students to use. Search Engines While these websites do not actually contribute image content themselves, they’re able to index images in a way that makes it easier to search for free content. Category Favorite: Bing Images Bing Images Compfight Creative Commons Search Everystockphoto HiveStock

ICT across the curriculum with The ICT Advisors 4 Easy ways to incorporating ICT across the curriculum through film making. You don’t need to be Steven Spielberg or have the latest hi-tech equipment to produce great results that engage the learner and provide different ways for pupils to use ICT across curriculum. MonkeyJam Make Stop Frame Animation Cartoon Stories. Pupils can re-create any story you have been reading, as a collaboration. Picasa Picasa is free software from Google that will handle both movie and still images, and is also a great tool for photo editing. GreenScreen App for iPod Use your iPod and this £1.49 App to take your pupils anywhere in the world! The Class Digital Camera Use your class camera to provide instant feedback for your pupils in PE. Four simple ideas for getting ICT across the curriculum through film making.

The 100 Most Useful Websites On The Internet Back in September 2014, it was estimated that there are now over one billion websites on the internet, with that number increasing every second. With so many sites out there, it can be extremely difficult to locate a resource that will actually fulfil your needs and help you with your projects or inquires. Fortunately, the list below features over 100 websites you can use for almost any creative project, intellectual research or simply for fun! TallTweets lets you write tweets longer than 140 characters, and allows you to upload video to multiple sites at once, including Youtube. helps to summarise large pieces of text by creating a word cloud of the most common words, and Wolframalpha will answer almost anything immediately so you don’t have to rummage through Google. Featured photo credit: Wireframing and Designing Website Layout via