My latest website header image. (The header images are chosen at random from this collection.)
The picture was taken in Havana, Cuba, in December 2012 using a Nikon 1 J2 mirrorless camera with a 10-30 mm lens.
This page will be updated as I add new header images.
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Installing Google Photos on your mobile device is a recommendation I make to all my students.
If you take pictures with your smartphone, it’s silly not to use Google Photos. At a minimum, it serves as a safe backup for all your photos, at no cost to you. A bonus is that Google Photos creates cool content of some of your images, including instagram-stylized photos, animations, and collages. Continue reading “Article: How (and why) to use Google Photos on your iPhone or iPad”
This is an incredibly inspiring video that will appeal not just to the videographers in your classroom but the photographers as well.
In my Communications Technology class, students are asked to watch the video and share a few inspirational quotes or messages they gleaned from it. I often create a Word Cloud with the results, similar to the one below.
Just for fun, I attached a GoPro camera to the handlebar of the Kawasaki KLX 250 I was renting from Moto Tour El Salvador back in March 2016 and set it to take pictures every 10 seconds. With the roads and trails being so rough I was amazed at the photos the camera captured. The quality of the photos clearly isn’t the equal of anything even a point-and-shoot could have taken, but I think they do a great job of capturing the adventure of the ride. Continue reading “Motorcycle Ride in El Salvador, March 2016”
Leave it to a graphic designer to clearly visualize the complicated inner-workings of your digital camera in a way that actually makes sense.
(Previously posted here on September 20, 2015)
A quick photo repair this morning. I’m not entirely satisfied with the final result, but I’m hoping the person I’m doing this for will still be happy. If my Photoshop skills were better I’m sure more could be done to improve it.
Which do you like best? The black and white, the one with the warming filter, or the one with the cooling filter?
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