<img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-6239" title="googlemapsdailytekk" src="http://dailytekk.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/googlemapsdailytekk-300x165.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="165" /> It’s a wonderful world we live in and Google is doing an amazing job of mapping it. Most people use the service to get directions, but Google’s satellite images also capture the world’s landmarks, which look a little different than you may be used to when viewed from the sky.
Written by Paul Bourke Started: October 2010.
There are many ways to use a digital camera in the classroom, and this is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. The information here will help you understand the basics of the camera controls, and a few ideas to get you started. Here's the handout for UMaine SummerTech 2012 :
If you’re just getting started with photography, the letters on your camera’s dial might feel like hieroglyphics.
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Obtain photos of continents, cities, landmarks, or even cultural icons and common street signs from around the world. A collection of photographs from a June 2006 trip to London, United Kingdon from Matt Rosenberg, your About.com Guide to Geography.
Guest Article by : Derek Winchester Derek Winchester came with a wonderful article about paintings which every photographer should study.
Holidays are the perfect time to capture magic moments with friends and family and take the time get creative with your photography. Here are some simple tips to get the best photos from your iPhone using Camera+. 1.
When searching through Flickr for another excellent photo to add to our daily photo series, I stumbled upon this group entitled Urban Fragments (No People) . The pool of photos contains over 850,000 photos, all focusing on the minute urban details that form part of our urban fabric. Below are 10 or our favourites from the pool, just a glimmer from the vast quantity of amazing urban photos available!
If possible, the first images in each set will be true-color, as you would see them with your own eyes. Most images will either be true-color or monochrome (black and white), unless stated otherwise. Many images can be vastly enlarged by clicking on them and choosing a larger size from the Flickr page. Downloading them may allow even larger sizes.
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