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Rhondda Powling

Make Fake Movie Posters - 2 views

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    Tool for creating a movie poster that would be useful for a school project. can be done using this simple website. Students simply upload an image, add a few details for the text and then share their completed poster with the teacher.
Roland Gesthuizen

4020 Φ NSW Photographer's Rights - 0 views

  • Otherwise teachers generally do have rights to photograph their own students while on school property. Permission for this is typically included in the terms and conditions that parents sign when enrolling their child in the school. If parents object to photographs, then they must sign a declaration to that effect (most don't bother).
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    "The following by is an analysis of legal issues which apply to street photography in NSW Australia."
Rhondda Powling

Aviary - Tools - 1 views

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    Aviary is now Flickr's default photo editor. (Click on Actions when you are looking at a Flickr photo.) Its image editor Phoenix, is a super-simple tool now designed to work with Google Drive
Chris Betcher

The Daily Create - Daily assignments to fuel your creativity - 5 views

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    The Daily Creative is an exercise in the continual practice of spontaneous creativity through short exercises. Each "assignment" should take no more than 15-20 minutes. There are no registrations, no prizes, just a community of people producing art daily.
Rhondda Powling

FreeFoto.com - Free Pictures - FreeFoto.com - 0 views

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    This is a collection of images developed by Ian Britton. FreeFoto offers a mix images that are available for free and for a licensing fee. Students can use the images on FreeFoto for free provided that they adhere to the student use guidelines. Visitors to FreeFoto can search for images by keyword or they can browse the galleries. The galleries are arranged by the locations of where the images were captured, by natural subject (sunsets, seasons), and many other subjects.
Rhondda Powling

BurningWell.Org - Free Public Domain Images and Photos - 6 views

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    Allows you to browse or search a large collection (how large is not stated on the site) of images donated by photographers from around the world. All images are in the public domain, so you are allowed to use them freely for any purpose, commercial or private
Rhondda Powling

10x10 / 100 Words and Pictures that Define the Time / by Jonathan J. Harris - 3 views

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    Ten by Ten is a unique program that links images with news stories. Every hour the top 100 news stories from around the world are linked to images on a ten by ten grid. The stories are ranked. Clicking on an image will provide you with more information including links to more articles about the story. (You must allow pop-ups for the article links to work).
Roland Gesthuizen

SLR Camera Simulator | Simulates a digital SLR camera - 8 views

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    Practice using an SLR camera... Experiment with the lighting, ISO, aperture, shutter, and distance settings while observing the readings in the camera viewfinder Click the "Snap photo!" button Review your photo!
Roland Gesthuizen

YouTube - Found: Lost Pictures of New York Blizzard - 2 views

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    "I was skiing in Brooklyn's Prospect Park and I found a roll of film. I had the film developed and this is what I found. Please contact me if you recognize the people in the photos. brooklynfoundfilm@gmail.com
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    Fascinating to follow this search on YouTube and the collaboration that is being called for to track down the owners.
Rhondda Powling

40 Astounding Examples of Abstract Photography | Inspiration - 5 views

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    Some great examples of photography
Rhondda Powling

Image Forensics : Error Level Analysis - 0 views

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    Error level analysis seeks to prove that whether or not an image has been altered. It takes the image and shows differing error levels throughout it, strongly suggesting some form of digital manipulation. Areas to note are the lips and shirt, as well as the eyes. All are at significantly different error levels than their surroundings. Presumably, colours have been altered and areas brightened.
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Digital Fine Art Photography | Victoria University | A New School of Thought | Melbourn... - 2 views

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    As of 2010, I teach this
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