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    Alexander Cafarella Member Member Joined Jul 28, 2017 Products Prelude Adobe Stock Illustrator Draw

    Likes Technology, Gaming and Photography, large skill set.

    jorge villar Member Member Joined Jul 18, 2017 Products Acrobat Muse Illustrator Draw

    Photography Camp    Syllabus by Nathaniel Wallace Jul 17, 2017 Products Photoshop Photoshop Lightroom PhoneGap Build
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    Students take classes in studio and portrait photography, photojournalism, documentary, fine art photography, Photoshop, Lightroom, and web publishing. When applying to the program, students must choose one of our three intensive workshops: our Digital Photography Workshop, our 35mm Darkroom & Digital Photography Workshop, or our Advanced Photography Workshop. In addition to creating their own web portfolios, students in our three-week programs leave with a professionally bound portfolio of 8x10

    GUTO Marques Member Member Joined Jul 12, 2017 Products Adobe Stock Illustrator Draw Adobe Premiere Pro

    Tim Blade Member Member Joined Jul 12, 2017 Products Typekit Adobe Stock Muse

    Marco Ibarra Member Member Joined Jun 25, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Photoshop Mix

    What's Your Story? Using Adobe Spark Project by Sylvan Adams Jun 21, 2017 Products Photoshop Mix Adobe Spark Photoshop Fix 13 1

    Overview https://spark.adobe.com/about/page https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWEVOghjkaw https://www.youtube.cotm/watch?v=If3pvjso844 Goals Students will: Know how to use the app Adobe Spark Page and other appsCreate or find appropriate images for the storyMap or storyboard ideasPeer critique story understanding and using the rubric Specifications . INTRODUCTION Each student will choose a photo, drawing or painting for their story prompt and begin to write/compose their own story based upon this visual image. Mapping it out to begin. PROJECT: When the story is done, each will add and edit images, insert text, narration, music and transitions. Use Adobe Spark Page app ASSESSMENT / GRADING: Using a rubric, the stories will be evaluated on their storyline development and use of software for editing and adding images. MATERIALS: Ipad, Internet connection and Adobe apps For inspiration: Check out Center for Digital Storytelling http://www.storycenter.org/Choose or take a photo for your story starter. (See Ideas below if you want to take a photo) Find images in many places: taken with a digital camera, scanned with a scanner, or found on the Internet. Most cell phones have cameras that work very well for digital storytelling. You don't need really high quality images (under 2 megapixels works fine).When searching Google images, though, select only the Large images – scanning from a book use no higher than 200 DPI.Use an app to crop your images and fix the color and contrast. The preferred apps are Snapseed or Photoshop Mix, Photoshop Fix or others. Save images into an album in Photo Library. Once you’ve found a photo that you like, brainstorm answers to this list of questions (examples): What’s happening right now in this image? What happened 10 minutes before the picture what taken? What might happen next? What do you know about the people in the picture? If there aren’t people there, where might they be? Create a list of adjectives to describe what you’d see, feel, smell, touch, or taste if you were IN the picture. These resources may help you as you write: Dictionary www.dictionary.com Thesaurus www.thesaurus.com Pair with another classmate to “peer edit” each other’s work.Revise your writing based upon comments from your peer edit. Add images throughout the story to help tell your tale. Add an acknowledgement page that will include your name, the names of a collaborative team, the year, your school, and city.

    Maria B Member Member Joined Jun 19, 2017 Products Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Premiere Pro Premiere Clip

    corbin hayford Member Participant Joined Jun 14, 2017 Products Muse Illustrator Draw Adobe Capture CC

    I am a staff member at the South Dakota Rapid City YMCA, I help run a program called Youth Institute. We teach teen from age 12-18. Oh and I am 16 soon to be 17

    Engaging Learners Discussion by Elvir Mandzukic Jun 14, 2017 Products Prelude Adobe Marketing Cloud Typekit
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    Examples of better practices in classroom on how to engage learners with Adobe Creative Cloud

    Aida Atiabi Member Member Joined Jun 12, 2017 Products Photoshop Photoshop Mix Photoshop Fix

    Nikki Golub Member Member Joined Jun 9, 2017 Products Photoshop Photoshop Mix Photoshop Fix

    Derek Darcy Member Contributor Joined Jun 8, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Photoshop Mix

    Avid Photographer/Videographer. Using Adobe to create helpful tutorials

    Holley Jacobs Member Contributor Joined Jun 7, 2017 Products Typekit Acrobat Adobe Creative Cloud

    Neil Skipper Member Participant Joined Jun 7, 2017 Products Acrobat Photoshop Photoshop Mix

    Hi im an Educational consultant in the UK, I was a physics teacher and have worked with ICT for over 30 Years delivering CPD, Im also an Apple Education Trainer

    What's the best tool for Augmented Reality? Discussion by Derek Dorsett Jun 4, 2017 Products Prelude Adobe Marketing Cloud Typekit
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    I would love to know more about what is out there and what teachers are using. I know that it might be too expensive right now to use AR, but I hope that there is something that can help the students get on board with using technology to learn. Are there an Adobe tools that can help with this process?

    Lijun Qi Member Participant Joined May 31, 2017 Products Acrobat Adobe Stock Illustrator Draw

    Audrey Wrobel Member Influencer Joined May 30, 2017 Products Acrobat Adobe Creative Cloud Dreamweaver

    I am an Adobe Admin in the higher education arm of the college I work at. Tech interests + creative.