Clive on Learning
FEBRUARY 17, 2006
really can't see any snags at this price, which from what I can remember is a tint fraction of what you used to have to pay for stock photography. For some reason it's taken me ages to catch on to the potential for finding and sharing photos on the web. It's probably because my graphic designer colleague David Kori has been indisposed for a couple of months while he prepares a new suite of learning materials for schools. My favourite for glossy and highly professional images is iStockPhoto. Apart from Google image search, I've also been exploring Flickr, now a bit of a cult site.
DIY inhouse photo studio - when you can't find that perfect stock photo
Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development
AUGUST 31, 2006
also get many questions about stock photography resources. Here's a quick list of cool do-it-yourself pohtography studio how-tos and resources: Building an in-house photo studio Light Box/ Light Tent Homedepot Lighting does the trick Softlight panel with frame Homemade muslin backdrop Studio Lighting Podcast Design in flight: DIY photography on the cheapAs I mentioned earlier, there are many photographers within the ranks of the elearning community. And while there are a few great resources out there, there are times when you absolutely must get the right shot yourself.a
Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Finding Good Photos for Your eLearning Scenarios
OCTOBER 30, 2009
Friday, October 30, 2009 Finding Good Photos for Your eLearning Scenarios Do you struggle with finding good stock photos to use in your eLearning scenarios? eLearning Art provides royalty free stock photos, images, and other assets to help you create some cool stuff in your own authoring tools. Or will you stick with free online stock photos? Posted by Cammy Bean at 11:22 AM Labels: photography , scenarios 3comments: Brian Dusablon said. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff. But usually not. Very cool.