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Sources For Copyright Free Images For Students.

Posted on Apr 23, 2014 by Mark Finlayson Last Activity on Apr 23, 2014

This has always been an issue. Our schools Copyright License allows pretty well free reign for instructional/educational purposes, but the problem comes when you want to share a work beyond the classroom, like on a website, a publicly available newsletter even a school exhibition. This article is a great resource and students can be encouraged to get into the practice of using these images rather than just grabbing anything.
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I am Creative

Posted on Apr 23, 2014 by Mark Gatehouse Last Activity on Apr 23, 2014

I am Creative is a project run by the Ideas Foundation in the UK. They link major clients and advertising agencies with student groups to produce a response to a creative brief. Currently my students are undertaking an assignment from IBM looking at how computers will affect our lives in 5 years time. Next week we will be visited by the Client IBM and two agency staff from O & M advertising ( Google it) . they will then be advised on strategy and idea / product development either an animation or app. The learners will then have six weeks to develop both a cross media strategy and create particular artifacts. Before presenting the work to the Client. Successful students are taken onto the' Ladder' which is a scheme that will support learners through internships etc through University and coach them into their first job in advertising or any of the specialist sub genres. If you are teaching creative subjects  in the UK I recommend that you get in touch. This is their website http://www.iamcre... Read More
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Session 8: Photoshop, From Newbie to Groovy

Posted on Apr 23, 2014 by Dan Armstrong Last Activity on Apr 23, 2014

This asset is to be used injunction with the Adobe Academy at the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference. There is an outline file that will give a detailed list of what is to be covered in the session included with the assets folder.
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Multiplicity Portrait

Posted on Apr 10, 2014 by Mark Finlayson Last Activity on Apr 20, 2014

This task allows you to put yourself (or another person) in the same image a number of times. The concept was used by Australian photographer Michael Cook to create his series "Majority Rules". It's a lot of fun and is limited only by your imagination. I use it with my Year 9 students and the results are usually amazing.
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Middle class/ Professional Photoshop Tutorial - Learning Made easy: My Favorite Find Focus

Posted on Apr 7, 2014 by Olu Ojuroye Last Activity on Apr 14, 2014

This is my favorite site from  the resource center. I found it more favorite because it is a shared resource tutorial though amazing but straight to the point. This is a site for the Middle class and Professional Photoshop enthusiast willing to delve deeper into the niceties of Photoshop learning. Here is the link: http://www.photoshop123.com/
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Non-destructive Image Editing Using Camera Raw in Photoshop CC

Posted on Apr 7, 2014 by Rafiq Elmansy Last Activity on Apr 11, 2014

The new Camera Raw filter in Photoshop CC allows you to open any type of images in the Camera Raw dialog box regardless the image is shoot in Raw formate or not. Furthermore, the new features in the dialog box allows you to edit images directly from inside the Camera Raw tools. In this Photoshop CC tutorial, we will learn how to use the new Camera Raw feature as a non-destructive tool to edit images and apply it as a smart filter. Thank you and do not forget to subscribe to my Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rafiqelmansy
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deviantART ........ All forms of art, design, photography, digital and old fashioned pen/pencil paper.....

Posted on Apr 7, 2014 by margaret campbell Last Activity on Apr 19, 2014

This is an inspirational web resource, where resources can be shared, explored and viewed. In addition it is an interactive computer / art community. I often refer my students to it, and have had many students over the years who have uploaded their work, and we have entered competitions as class groups.
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All Episodes of Bert Monroy's Cable TV Show "Pixel Perfect"

Posted on Apr 3, 2014 by Thomas Benner Last Activity on Apr 10, 2014

Be amazed and learn as master digital artist Bert Monroy takes a stylus and digital pad and treats them as Monet and Picasso do with oil and canvas. Learn the tips and tricks you need to whip those digital pictures into shape with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. http://revision3.com/pixelperfect/episodes
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Creativity in Today's Classroom - Course Resources

Posted on Apr 1, 2014 by Zak Johnson Last Activity on Apr 22, 2014

Note: this resource is intended for use with the Collaborative Course: Creativity in Today’s Classroom (http://edex.adobe.com/pd/course/creativity/). This PDF compiles the course bibliography and the media resources used in the course, including video listings, graphics, and Adobe product tutorials and support.
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Principles of Visual Perception - Proximity (Omani dagger)

Posted on Mar 22, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Apr 23, 2014

At any given moment, vast amounts of visual stimuli enter the eye—far more than we can pay attention to. The brain selects and organizes visual information according to a number of visual perceptual principles.ProximityThe law of proximity states that when an individual perceives an assortment of objects they perceive objects that are close to each other as forming a group. In other words ,When the individual parts of a stimulus pattern are close to each other, we tend to group them together as a meaningful ‘whole’—a single unit.Note : It's pure photographyFall 2013/2014
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Principles of Visual Perception - Proximity (Fresh Look)

Posted on Mar 22, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Apr 9, 2014

At any given moment, vast amounts of visual stimuli enter the eye—far more than we can pay attention to. The brain selects and organizes visual information according to a number of visual perceptual principles.ProximityThe law of proximity states that when an individual perceives an assortment of objects they perceive objects that are close to each other as forming a group. In other words ,When the individual parts of a stimulus pattern are close to each other, we tend to group them together as a meaningful ‘whole’—a single unit.Note : It's pure photographyFall 2013/2014
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Principles of Visual Perception - Size Constancy (What's this?)

Posted on Mar 22, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Mar 22, 2014

At any given moment, vast amounts of visual stimuli enter the eye—far more than we can pay attention to. The brain selects and organizes visual information according to a number of visual perceptual principles.Size constancyThis term refers to the fact that we maintain a constant perception of an object’s size even though the size of the image on the retina alters as the object moves nearer to or further from us. For example, when we look at a friend from a distance of five meters, he produces a retinal image twice the size of the one he produces when he is ten meters away. Because we are familiar with his height we don’t change our perception of it, but we use the size of the image as a cue to provide information about how far away he isNote : It's pure photographyFall 2013/2014
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Principles of Visual Perception - Size Constancy (The last warning)

Posted on Mar 22, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Mar 22, 2014

At any given moment, vast amounts of visual stimuli enter the eye—far more than we can pay attention to. The brain selects and organizes visual information according to a number of visual perceptual principles.Size constancyThis term refers to the fact that we maintain a constant perception of an object’s size even though the size of the image on the retina alters as the object moves nearer to or further from us. For example, when we look at a friend from a distance of five meters, he produces a retinal image twice the size of the one he produces when he is ten meters away. Because we are familiar with his height we don’t change our perception of it, but we use the size of the image as a cue to provide information about how far away he isNote : It's pure photographyFall 2013/2014
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Principles of Visual Perception - Size Constancy (Palm Hammer)

Posted on Mar 22, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Mar 22, 2014

At any given moment, vast amounts of visual stimuli enter the eye—far more than we can pay attention to. The brain selects and organizes visual information according to a number of visual perceptual principles.Size constancyThis term refers to the fact that we maintain a constant perception of an object’s size even though the size of the image on the retina alters as the object moves nearer to or further from us. For example, when we look at a friend from a distance of five meters, he produces a retinal image twice the size of the one he produces when he is ten meters away. Because we are familiar with his height we don’t change our perception of it, but we use the size of the image as a cue to provide information about how far away he isNote : It's pure photographyFall 2013/2014
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Principles of Visual Perception - Size Constancy (I'll catch you)

Posted on Mar 22, 2014 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Last Activity on Mar 22, 2014

At any given moment, vast amounts of visual stimuli enter the eye—far more than we can pay attention to. The brain selects and organizes visual information according to a number of visual perceptual principles.Size constancyThis term refers to the fact that we maintain a constant perception of an object’s size even though the size of the image on the retina alters as the object moves nearer to or further from us. For example, when we look at a friend from a distance of five meters, he produces a retinal image twice the size of the one he produces when he is ten meters away. Because we are familiar with his height we don’t change our perception of it, but we use the size of the image as a cue to provide information about how far away he isNote : It's pure photographyFall 2013/2014
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