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PHOTOGRAPH BY STEVE WINTER
http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2013/11/14/a-cougar-ready-for-his-closeup/

Every Picture T...
It took over one year for Steve Winter to get this picture!

See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdPB-iB8il4
Facts:

From
Microsoft
Clip Art

Many pictures on the Internet cost a
lot of money to capture
Photographers often travel t...
It’s simply the right thing to credit the
photographer and their organization
when using pictures for school
projects!

Im...
Full Citation for Online Image
-MLA Style
Winter, Steve. 2013. Photograph. National Geographic. ProofNational Geographic. ...
PHOTOGRAPH BY STEVE WINTER
http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2013/11/14/a-cougar-ready-for-his-closeup/
Never use watermarked
photos in a presentation!
This is a
watermark
Do not use images that say
©All rights Reserved

Unless Website mentions ‘for noncommercial’ or ‘educational use.’
When asked ‘Where did you
get that picture?’
Do not say Google Images!
Only a Search tool!

Also an image library and
may be cited as source
These tools locate both Copyrighted
Images and those that are rightsfree or licensed for re-use

All Public Domain images
Search Tips-Demo for Google Images

For more info see:
http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2014/01/quickly-find-creative-comm...
Search Tips-Demo for Flickr
Search Tips-Demo for Flickr part 2
Other Considerations for Photo Selection
• File Type –NOT GIF or PDF
• For Large Print-Need Large size, greater
than 1mb o...
Final Points
• Always check Website containing photo for
more information about picture AND license!
• National Geographic...
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  1. 1. PHOTOGRAPH BY STEVE WINTER http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2013/11/14/a-cougar-ready-for-his-closeup/ Every Picture Tells a Story There’s a story behind every picture: A guide for using online pictures
  2. 2. It took over one year for Steve Winter to get this picture! See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdPB-iB8il4
  3. 3. Facts: From Microsoft Clip Art Many pictures on the Internet cost a lot of money to capture Photographers often travel to remote places and risk their lives to take pictures!
  4. 4. It’s simply the right thing to credit the photographer and their organization when using pictures for school projects! Image From Microsoft Clip Art (not necessary to credit)
  5. 5. Full Citation for Online Image -MLA Style Winter, Steve. 2013. Photograph. National Geographic. ProofNational Geographic. National Geographic Society, Nov. 2013. Web. 3 Feb. 2014. http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2013/11/14/a-cougarready-for-his-closeup This full citation is the best way, but it is generally ok to list the photographer and the URL. See the example from the first slide (also the next slide)
  6. 6. PHOTOGRAPH BY STEVE WINTER http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2013/11/14/a-cougar-ready-for-his-closeup/
  7. 7. Never use watermarked photos in a presentation! This is a watermark
  8. 8. Do not use images that say ©All rights Reserved Unless Website mentions ‘for noncommercial’ or ‘educational use.’
  9. 9. When asked ‘Where did you get that picture?’ Do not say Google Images!
  10. 10. Only a Search tool! Also an image library and may be cited as source
  11. 11. These tools locate both Copyrighted Images and those that are rightsfree or licensed for re-use All Public Domain images
  12. 12. Search Tips-Demo for Google Images For more info see: http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2014/01/quickly-find-creative-commons-images.html
  13. 13. Search Tips-Demo for Flickr
  14. 14. Search Tips-Demo for Flickr part 2
  15. 15. Other Considerations for Photo Selection • File Type –NOT GIF or PDF • For Large Print-Need Large size, greater than 1mb or 1200px width • For Large Screen-Greater than Medium size, 250px width • All these can be searched in Google and Flickr
  16. 16. Final Points • Always check Website containing photo for more information about picture AND license! • National Geographic is a sure bet for quality photos that may be used in Education • Anything in Wikipedia is public domain and may be used • Wikimedia Commons has huge list of public domain collections http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Public_ domain_image_resources

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