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    Photo sharing Photo sharing Presentation Transcript

    • PHOTO SHARING
    • WHAT IS PHOTO SHARING?
      • Online photo sharing services make organizing, storing, and sharing digital photographs convenient, easy and safe.
    • PHOTO SHARING WEBSITES
      • There are two main categories for photo sharing
      • websites:
      • Sites that offer free photo sharing
      • Sites that charge consumers directly to host and share photos
    • ONLINE PHOTO FINISHING
      • A number of providers offer the ability to
      • create high quality prints from digital
      • photos, printed digitally on photographic
      • paper
      • Common online photo finishing sites:
      • www.kodakgallery.com
      • www.fastlab.com
      • www.photoworks.com
      • www.snapfish.com
      • among others...
    • PHOTO SHARING SITES
      • Websites for photo sharing may have different features but they all have something in common:
      • 1) Upload of pictures with the ability to browse to images on one’s own computer
      • 2) post those images on the Internet.
      • Most of them also classify the photos in groups or albums to make the job of finding them easy.
      • Recommended web services:
      • www. viewbook .com
      • www. picasa . google .com
      • www. shutterfly .com
      • www. flickr .com
      • The last one is actually considered the largest and the best photo sharing website.
    • TAGGING PHOTOS
      • A taxonomy where images can be grouped within a directory-like structure in so-called galleries.
      • Tags are like keywords or labels that you add to a photo to make it easier to locate later.
    • FLICKR NOTES
    • HOT SPOT ANNOTATIONS
      • It allows you to add notes to parts of the image by dragging a box across na area and typing text into form.
    • ORGANIZING PHOTOS ONLINE
      • Use sets to highlight favorite photos, or make na album of a particular activity or location
      • Organizr © is a powerful tool for managing photos in batches, for instance.
    • GEOTAGGING PHOTOS
      • The process of adding geographical identification metadata to various media.
      • It usually consists of latitude and longitude coordinates and place names.
    • SHARING PHOTOS
      • PHOTOCASTING:
      • a way of sharing photos accompanied by music and/or narrations
      • PHOTOBLOGGING:
      • a form of photo sharing and publishing in the format of a blog. It focuses on the photos rather than text
      • MOBILE PHOTOBLOGGING:
      • possibility of sharing photos via mobile devices
    • LEGAL AND SAFETY ISSUES FLICKR
      • Flickr has introduced content filters to help regulate who can view what photos.
      • The safety levels provided are:
        • Safe: suitable for a public audience
        • Moderate: no need to be restricted for some
        • Restricted: not suitable for children
    • CREATIVE COMMONS
      • To help creators protect their intellectual property rights, the nonprofit Creative Commons offers na alternative to full copyright
    • LEVELS OF COPYRIGHT LICENSES CREATIVE COMMONS
      • 1. Attribution
      • 2. Attribution-No Derivations License
      • 3. Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivations License
      • 4. Attribution-Noncommercial License
      • 5. Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike License
      • 6. Attribution-Share Alike License
    • FLICKR IN THE CURRICULUM
      • Photo-sharing sites can be used to store, promote, and document school events in order to share photos with the school community
    • PHOTO SHARING OVERVIEW
      • The use of photo-sharing sites holds great potential as part of a multi-faceted approach that blends learning theory and social technologies into the curriculum, the business world, and personal networking
      • Group 5 members:
      • Angelina Pimenta
      • Fernanda Pires
      • Márcia Rodrigues
      • Thiago Hermont