Digital Photography


In the Classroom







Flickr

Teaching with Flickr

Flickr introduction and setup - done with GoAnimate
Using Creative Commons Images from Flickr - How to use great images with the correct credit

Free Photo Sites

Links from http://mrssmoke.onsugar.com/3152550
__Karen Whimsey Public Domain Images__ is a phenomenal public domain gem of clipart, diagrams, sketches, and more for the classroom. Supporting units: ancient civilizations, world religions, musical instruments, art, silhouettes, vintage fashion, fairy tales, folk tales, Native Americans, explorers, Civil War, geography, food, alphabet, Spanish, art, architecture, Shakespeare, plants, holidays.
__Library of Congress Photo Archives__ is a site every teacher should bookmark. With over 1.2 millions images in this database, your students can certainly gather a wide variety of images for their history projects. Each image has different licensing, so look closely. Supporting units: famous Americans, presidents, civil rights, wars, inventors, authors, and just about any historical American event
__NOAA Public Image Library__ is a wonderful resource for science themed drawings, maps, graphics, diagrams, and photos. The database is extensive. Supporting units: animals, volcanoes, weather, biomes, landforms, oceans
__PD Photo__ is another great image site and does offer a wide variety of images. Supporting units: geography, landforms, food, space, plants, ocean, grammar, animals
__Photos8__ is one of my favorite public domain image sites. The images are high quality, high resolution, and offer an artistic approach. I use many of these for backgrounds in Glogsters and PowerPoints. Supporting units: geography, landforms, world religions, art, food, insects, plants, grammar (using images to represent parts of speech)
__Pics4Learning__ is a great website full of photographs donated by amateur photographers and teachers to help all of us improve our curriculum. Supporting units: biomes, animals, art, food, world religions, fractals, holidays, space, landforms, geography, Native Americans, colonial America, Civil War, ancient civilizations, mythology, presidents, World War I, World War II
__Public Domain Photos__ offers a vast collection of clipart images and high resolution photos. Supporting units: geography, landforms, US regions, flags from around the world, animals, space, ocean, plants, insects, food, vehicles, desert,
__4FreePhotos__ is another site that offers quite a few artistic high quality images. Many of these would be great for backgrounds. Supporting Units: transportation, food, landforms, geography, art, aircraft, plants, penguins, Spring,
__Florida’s Educational Technology Clipart Clearinghouse__ is a true clipart and line drawing gold mine. You definitely want to tag this site as over 46,000 images are in the database. Supporting units: mythology, math diagrams, money, fairy tales, alphabets, animals, historical figures


Digital Resources - covers some sites where you can find Creative Commons licensed images and audio.


Online Photo Editors

15 Online Photo Editors compared - Includes their features, cost (most are free), format, and other technical information.

Photo Sharing Sites

Troovi -Upload up to 100 images (no size limit) for free and share with others via link.
Drop.io - Great sharing site for parents to easily upload photos or condensed videos to teachers for easy access - even from a cell phone.
Shwup - Free video and photo sharing site. Teacher creates account and sends email invites to parents. Invitees can upload via the site or email.
DropShots - Private photo and video sharing site, up to 500 photos or 2 minutes of video. Registration required for use.