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Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
Digital Photography in the Classroom 2008
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    • 1. Digital Photography for the Classroom
    • 2. Agenda
      • Selecting a digital camera
      • Camera controls
        • Understanding pixels, file size, and resolution
      • Learn the basics of taking digital photos
      • Kodak’s ten tips for taking great photos
      • Acquiring images
    • 3. Agenda continued…
      • Edit your photos
      • Printing photos
      • Sharing your images
      • Telling a story
      • Lesson plan ideas
    • 4. Why use a digital camera?
      • Immediate feedback.
      • Exposures can be judged and corrected by way of the LCD.
      • No more film.
      • No waiting for a third party to process the film.
      Image by Marc Lacoste - http://www.flickr.com/photos/croco/55985241/
    • 5. Selecting a Digital Camera
      • How much do you want to spend?
      • What do you want your camera to do?
      • What do you want to do with the photos?
      • Video
      • Key Considerations
        • The mega question
        • Size does matter
        • Zoom, zoom, zoom
        • LCD monitor
        • Battery
        • Memory cards
        • Scene modes
        • Flash and the dreaded red- eye
    • 6.  
    • 7.  
    • 8.  
    • 9. Battery Life http://www.flickr.com/photos/truebluevix/255461805/
    • 10. Demo - Camera’s Features Demonstration
    • 11.  
    • 12. Understanding Pixels, File Size, and Resolution
    • 13.  
    • 14.  
    • 15. The Resolution Factor http://www.flickr.com/photos/andreassolberg/2337812465 /
    • 16. Compression
    • 17. Cropping at Different Resolutions
    • 18. Activity http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-locale=en_US&pq-path=317 Kodak’s 10 Tips for taking GREAT Photos
    • 19. ACTIVITY Get into groups of 3 or 4 Grab a camera, and take 3-4 pictures per person Return in 20 minutes!
    • 20. Downloading Images
    • 21. The Digital Darkroom
    • 22. Photoshop Elements Workspace
      • Open
      • Quick Fix
      • Guided Fix
      • Crop
      • Red eye
      • Adjust Color
      • Resize an Image
      • Save
      • Share
    • 23. The Photoshop Elements Toolbar
    • 24.  

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