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I love case studies. These two scenarios were discussed in my network today, though not a blog, else I would point to them. But I did promise those in my network who shared with me that I would seek input from this network. Case Study/Fictitious Scenario 1: A group of students wanted their picture to […]

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As I see others reflecting on the year 2007 as it draws to a close, I must as well. There have been several changes for me including a new job, a new living arrangement for my family, and new opportunities that are as a direct result of joining the blogosphere and interacting with a network […]

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As I prepare for my Christmas break, I am surprised at the number of teachers who drop by to ask my opinion about purchasing cameras for Christmas. So I have responded with the following information. Of course I am by no means an expert, so if you have knowledge above and beyond what I have […]

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I have so much more time in the summer to read and enjoy stuff. Today stumbled across Gizmo! OMG you must check it out! Just the thought of what it could do! I am just going to point you to a sample I came across today. Thanks, Susan, for posting that.

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Check it out! A program called PhotoWipe that will remove lines magically with a simple swipe or eraser tool. How cool is that?

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 –pronounced photo- is a new photoeditor, at least new to me.  This one is said to be a comparable to the Adobe Photoshop program.  Cool beans! There are lots of photo tools, and you can adjust photos or repair them. Its a free editor with lots of bells and whistles, and even allows layering, something […]

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I am beginning to hear questions about how to get good shots of Chrismas lights at night.  So here is my research in the form of a few links: From Lifehacker http://www.lifehacker.com/software/photography/how-to-photograph-christmas-lights-221400.php From “Strobist” http://strobist.blogspot.com/2006/12/how-to-photograph-christmas-lights.html Some general rules are as follows: Close-ups, like a homemade ornament on the tree or your favorite elves, will need a flash. […]

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