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  • Images and Imagination
    Sandi AdamsCherokee County School District
  • Images and Learning
    The human brain processes an image 60,000 times faster than text…….
    No one “tells” your brain where to begin processing a visual image……
    Images can significantly enhance the “stickiness” of an idea within your brain…
    Communicating with images is an ancient concept……
    Given a lack of congruence between visual and verbal information the visual will win out….
  • Images and Learning
    Some people remember better what they see rather than what they hear
    If there is emotion involved, the memory is enhanced even more…
    Viewers respond to the abstract features of visual composition as unconsciously perceived analogies of their real-world experience.
    Visual imagery clearly forcefully reinforces the basic message’
  • Images and Learning
    Photographic representations often illustrate points that textual media cannot….
    Students tend to be more visual learners because their world is rich in visual stimuli..
    ‘A picture is a fact’ and ‘a logical picture of facts is a thought’
    A picture is worth a thousand words…
  • Taking Better Pictures
  • MegaPixels and Resolution
    The greater the mega pixel, the more information can be captured and the more an image can be enlarged.
  • Optical vs. Digital Zoom
    Optical zoom lenses physically extend to magnify your subject. A motor controls the lens movement. When you press the switch to "W" or "T," the subject is either magnified or reduced in size .
    Digital zoom crops your image and magnifies the result of the cropping. To make the cropped area bigger, digital zoom makes up, or interpolates, pixels to add to the image, which may give less than satisfactory results.
  • Common Features and Tools
    Mode Dial
    Exposure
    Less light makes an image darker
    More light makes and image lighter
    Auto Flash
    Red Eye
    Macro
    “Manny”
  • Top Ten Photo Tips
  • Look Your Subject in the Eye
    Direct eye contact can be as engaging in a picture as it is in real life. When taking a picture of someone, hold the camera at the person's eye level
  • 2. Use a Plain Background
    A plain background shows off the subject you are photographing. Watch for distracting elements.
    Distracting Background
    Better
  • Use Flash Outdoors
    Bright sun can create unattractive deep facial shadows. Eliminate the shadows by using your flash to lighten the face. When taking people pictures on sunny days, turn your flash on.
    Subject is Dark
    With Flash
  • Move in Close
    If your subject is smaller than a car, take a step or two closer before taking the picture and zoom in on your subject. Your goal is to fill the picture area with the subject you are photographing.
    Good
    Better
  • Move it From the Middle!
    The middle of your picture is not the best place for your subject. Bring your picture to life by simply moving your subject away from the middle of your picture
  • Lock the Focus
    If your subject is not in the center of the picture, you need to lock the focus to create a sharp picture.
  • Know Your Flash Range
    The number one flash mistake is taking pictures beyond the flash's range.
    For many cameras, the maximum flash range is less than fifteen feet—about five steps away
  • Watch the Light
    Next to the subject, the most important part of every picture is the light
    • Early or late in the day
    • Cloudy overcast days
    • Avoid bright direct sun
  • Lighting Tips
    When it comes to the direction of light, there are 360 degrees of possibilities.
    High front light (sunlight) We are trained early on that high front light is the best type of light, and often it is.
    Front light Front lighting illuminates the portion of the subject facing the photographer. Your camera's flash is the most common type of front lighting.
  • Lighting Tips
    Side light Side lighting is perfect when you want to emphasize texture and dimension. Side lighting sculpts a subject, revealing contours and textures. At a 45-degree angle to the side, it's one of the most flattering types of portrait lighting.
    Back light Light that comes from behind your subject is by far the trickiest to use, but the dramatic results may be worth the effort.
  • Take Some Vertical Pictures
    All sorts of things look better in a vertical picture
  • Take Control of Your Pictures
    Become a picture director. Pick your location, add props.
    Boring
    FUN!
  • Finding Images
  • Flickr
  • Simple CC flickr Search
  • picapp
  • Pics4Learning
  • Morgue Files
  • Compfight
  • Google Web Album Creative Commons Search
  • Viewing Images
  • Tag Galaxy
  • Cool Iris
  • moodstream
  • Flickr tag browser
  • Picasa 3.8
  • Picnik
  • Fotoflex
  • Flauntr
  • Pizap
  • Big Huge Labs (education)
  • Red Kid
  • Image Chef
  • Microsoft Collage 2008
  • Free for Educators
  • PhotoFunia
  • Fun Photo Box
  • Photo Notes
  • Tagxedo
  • Fotobabble (app)
  • Smilebox
  • Smilebox
  • VOKI
  • Daily Mugshot
  • Animoto Education
  • Photo Peach
  • screenjelly
  • mixbook
  • TikaTok
  • picaboo
  • Images and Imagination wiki
    http://imageimagination.pbworks.com/