Ross Wallis
Head of Creative Arts Faculty

Creative Digital Photography

Presentation Published 2/17/15 Last updated on 3/2/20

This is a slide show presentation of work by my students and myself, mostly using smartphones and tablet computers. There is an extraordinary revolution happening in photography, perhaps the biggest upheaval since it's invention two centuries ago. If I had asked my class 10 years ago how many had a camera, I might have had a few raised hands. Now everyone will have a camera, and they will have it with them all the time. Combining a pretty decent camera with a very powerful computer and some amazingly creative apps, this has simply got to be revolutionary. Click here for the presentation.

1+ Day
Content Standards
Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop
ISTE Standards
Students: Innovative Designer

smart phone/tablet

CC License
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mayank sahu

Posted on 1/24/20 8:30:40 AM Permalink

i am very happy to read the above information . it was really helpful for me i learned many new things from your website . Big thank to you all for everything and i am really very happy shayari for friends in hindi

Shafiq Rehman

Posted on 8/31/19 9:04:49 PM Permalink

Thanks for sharing

William Cortez

Posted on 6/21/19 6:17:24 AM Permalink

​This is highly motivational. Thank you for sharing.

Judy Durkin

Posted on 9/28/18 9:44:05 PM Permalink

​Inspirational. Thank you.

Aziz Soubai

Posted on 6/22/18 12:30:19 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing your work

ted fox joyce

Posted on 4/29/18 12:16:33 PM Permalink

Hi Ross just came across this presentation, fantastic inspiration in the possibilities of digital devices and apps. I am currently looking at shifting my GCSE photo course from its present digital and physcial sketchbook format to purely digital work in terms of presenting outcomes and documenting processes and developments etc via bloging and the use of SPARK. Cheers Ross great to see these outcomes and the excellent possbilities with this technology. ​

Chris Clark

Posted on 6/6/17 7:46:38 PM Permalink

​Great stuff! FYI, your video producer colleagues will tell you that 24 minutes is way past the attention span of anyone under 35 :-)

Clint Balsar

Posted on 2/18/15 4:15:44 AM Permalink

I enjoyed your presentation on the Digital Creativity live class!