Spooky Stock Photos for Haunting eLearning

eLearning Brothers

It’s the spooky season! Why not embrace this time of year and add some moody vibes to your eLearning? instructional design eLearning development Graphic Design Resources Stock Assets eLearning Stock Assets

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Goldmine for Stock Photos

LearnDash

If you have been creating digital content, then you have searched for photos online. Luckily for you, there is a new goldmine for stock photos – and from one of the biggest names in the industry. While you’re at it, swing by Getty to snag some quality photos for your next project. For many people, this involves jumping into Google and searching for images and then inserting them into their project (be it legal or not).

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MICROSOFT POWERPOINT: Adding Transparency to Photos

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

However, you've only got one photo you're allowed to use. PowerPoint won’t allow you to adjust the transparency of a photo so you'll need to scrap that plan. Here’s how to get from Point A to Point B, including an extra bit to accommodate if your photo has a background you’d like removed.   Insert your photo onto your slide (Insert > Pictures). by AJ Walther, COTP. You have a plan.

Stock Photos for eLearning

eLearning Brothers

Great photos help create fun and engaging training. We have recently put together packs of eLearning stock photos to help you design better training. The examples are a combination of PowerPoint course styles , Cut-Out People , and eLearning stock photos. Tags: eLearning eLearning Tips People Pictures power point backgrounds stock photos Here are some layouts that we created to “get your creative juices flowing&#.

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Developing a Results Driven Curriculum

and even a photo as this will make. Developing a. Results-Driven. Curriculum. 3C O N T E N T S Contents Introduction PA G E 4 Five Steps to a. Results-Driven. Curriculum. PA G E 5 1 Create a project. charter. PA G E 7 2 Know your. audience. PA G E 1 0 3 Define the performance goals and.

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT: Adding Transparency to Photos

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

However, you've only got one photo you're allowed to use. PowerPoint won’t allow you to adjust the transparency of a photo so you'll need to scrap that plan. Here’s how to get from Point A to Point B, including an extra bit to accommodate if your photo has a background you’d like removed.   Insert your photo onto your slide (Insert > Pictures). by AJ Walther, COTP. You have a plan.

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Shutterstock vs. iStock for presentation photos

BrightCarbon

Previously, we’d pretty much exclusively been using iStock for our commercial-use presentation photos. Often in a presentation, when trying to tell a visual story with lots of relevant images, our designers want photos that work well as a sequence. This means that we can easily use Shutterstock photos in presentations to tell stories. Here are a few we’d recommend: Pexels – Free stock photos and videos from lots of creators in various styles.

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How to Crop Photos for eLearning

The eLearning Coach

Here are ten ways you can crop photos for eLearning and presentations. Cropping an image is a powerful technique of visual design that you may be under utilizing. It's more than just making a photograph fit your space. Graphics

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eLearning Brothers Breaks into the Stock Photo, Video and Audio World

eLearning Brothers

AMERICAN FORK, Utah — November 17, 2014 — eLearning Brothers today announced that it will offer over 500,000 stock photos, graphics, vectors, videos and audio files to the training and development community. People say that we are crazy for offering unlimited downloads with a worry-free license model for only $499 when other companies sell just one high-quality photo for $15-$36 on average.

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Captivate 360 photo editing capabilities

Adobe Captivate

Hi, Does Captivate ’19 have the ability to edit photos. The post Captivate 360 photo editing capabilities appeared first on eLearning. I am trying to remove the tripod from my 360 videos. I know how to edit them them import but it would be nice if i could edit within Captivate? Any help appreciated. 360 Images Question Virtual Reality "Elearning authoring tools" 360 images Adobe Captivate question What's new

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Profile Photos

Tony Karrer

I received a response that I didn't expect on my post Profile Photo. In that post, I suggested that you should always add a profile photo: Don't join that new Ning group without attaching your photo. Because profile photos help me: Believe that you are a real person and begin to connect with you. I also suggested that for business networking: Don't use anything other that photorealistic photos. And profile photos are part of the picture.

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Choosing the Best Complimentary Photo Editor on the Web

Hurix Digital

When you have taken it with your camera or your digital camera, the fact remains you are likely to wind up with a good looking product for a lot less money by taking advantage of a free photo editor. However expertly you take your images, there are strategies to improve them having a qualified quality photo editing program. Still another common photo editing application which can be obtained for free is your Macromedia Free Photo Editor Online.

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Profile Photo

Tony Karrer

My guess is that about 25% of the people I run into do not have a profile photo. I'm writing this post to encourage you to: Spend a little bit of time to create a reasonable profile photo Attach it to every online profile when you create it And when I say every, I mean every – don't join that new Ning group without attaching your photo. It doesn't take a lot to add a profile photo, and it's fairly significant.

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10 (Free!) Stock Photo Resources for eLearning

DigitalChalk eLearning

When taking your own digital images isn’t an option, free stock photos become the go-to-tool. We have narrowed it down to 10 FREE stock photo sites , to help you manage your time a little better and find what you need on your budget. Morgue File is an easy to use free photo site, with thousands of high-resolution images. Public Domain Pictures.net is a source for free public domain photos. Free Images has more than 6,000 original stock photos.

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Photo finish

Learning with 'e's

Photo by Vladimir Agafonkin on Flickr Photo finish by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 It was a pleasure to spend some time with Jonathan Worth following his ALT-C keynote in Manchester last week. We got on just fine because we discovered that we have a lot in common, not least of which was that we both did formal training as photographers, in the pre- digital age.

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PowerPoint & eLearning: PhotoPin, a New Stock Photo Resource

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by AJ George  I have previously written about  my favorite stock photo resources.    In that same vein I'd like to present  Photopin , a new resource that may be useful in your search for budget-friendly stock photos. The photos are lifted from  Flickr  and are, by and large, Creative Commons  licensed.   I've also posted about how to find  Google images you can actually use for commercial use. 

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Call Center People Photos

eLearning Brothers

Just a quick announcement that we’ve launched 6 call center employee photo sets. These photos feature employees with headsets. Five sets are on an isolated, white background which makes it easy to clip them out. Note: They are not cut-out like our Cut-Out Business People.).

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Where to get high-quality, low-cost photos for your eLearning projects

Adobe Captivate

While you or your organisation might subscribe to one or several online image libraries such as Getty Images, iStock Photo or even Adobe’s own photo library, in this post I’d like to highlight three low-cost (or even free) photo resources that let you search for and access photos instantly. Unsplash is a well-known photo library that lets you use images for free (and without attribution) for personal, as well as commercial projects.

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Create a photo slideshow in PowerPoint

eLearningArt

I recently created a photo slideshow (using PowerPoint) of my dad’s life-sized chess set sculpture that’s at Facebook (Go Dad!). Insert a photo album to your presentation. Go to “Insert” → “Photo Album” → “New Photo Album”. Select the photos from your computer. Note: You can hold down Ctrl while clicking several photos to select them individually. Next you want to add transitions to your new photo album. Advanced PowerPoint photo slideshow tips.

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Create Depth of Field & Apply Photo Touch ups With Snagit 12 – Part 1

TechSmith Camtasia

When taking photos with a smartphone, it can be difficult to set the depth of field. Snagit can also be used to correct a photo’s color and to bring blurred details into focus with photo touch ups. Need a way to get your photos into Snagit? In this tutorial, learn to add these photo touch ups: Depth of field effect to minimize a busy background and bring the subject into focus. In this step, select the area of the photo that will NOT be changed.

Hootsuite vs. Buffer: Social Media Management Tools Photo Finish

InsiderHub

The post Hootsuite vs. Buffer: Social Media Management Tools Photo Finish appeared first on InsiderHub. Marketing Solutions Series best social media automation best social media tools Buffer Hootsuite social media management social media marketing social media marketing automation social media scheduling Social Media Tools

Remove the Background & Improve a Photo Using Snagit 11

TechSmith Camtasia

Have you ever had a great photo except for that one annoyance in the background? The post Remove the Background & Improve a Photo Using Snagit 11 appeared first on TechSmith Blogs. Tips & How To''s Editing Effects photo retouch Snagit 11 spotlight watermark Like someone’s head or hand over a shoulder, or, in this case, a couple of people? Snagit can help you remove people, buildings, etc. from your images so you can focus on the area that is most important.

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How to Sync Photos to Your Audio Part II

eLearning Brothers

This beginners tutorial will show how to sync your photos to your audio in Adobe Captivate. I recommend if you have any audio clips try to sync photos in your eLearning project. I found an audio clip that talks about relationships and a few photos of a guy and a girl. I would prefer to use a cutout people but these photos will work just fine. Upload Your Audio and Photos . ” Work with Photos in Your Timeline.

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Spell-It-Out Photos?

E-learning Uncovered

Amazing collection of images: sports, beach, countryside, wine, winter, etc. Over 1,200 color, black and white, and sepia tone images to choose from

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Adobe Captivate: 360 photos but in INSP file – what next?

Adobe Captivate

Hello, I’m a newbie to 360 photos. I took a photo with my Insta360 and now I can’t figure out what needs to be done in order to convert the INSP files into a format that lets me import the image into my virtual reality project. The post Adobe Captivate: 360 photos but in INSP file – what next?

E-Learning Tidbits: Free Stock Photos & Award Winners

Rapid eLearning

More Free Stock Photos. I just noticed that one of my favorite free stock photo sites, StartUp Stock Photos , released a bunch more photos. I like their photos because they can be used in a lot of elearning contexts. Download the free stock photos here. For many of you, this is like the start of a new year. The summer’s gone, kids are starting school, and it’s back to building some elearning courses.

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Learning Solutions 2016 Workshop Photos and Presentation Slides

Kapp Notes

Had a great time at Learning Solutions 2016 last week. Once again, Sharon Boller and I had a great time conducting our Play to Learn! workshop (if you haven’t attended that workshop, you should!) I also conducted a session highlighting some research I have been doing related to gamification. The slides are included in this post as well. Here are some of the great games the participants created. As always, we had some really great attendees who did a great job with the workshop.

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Converting Cutout People Photos into Sketched Drawings in Photoshop

eLearning Brothers

. Add another tool into your eLearning toolbox. Learn how to create awesome sketch characters using this simple technique in Adobe Photoshop. Watch the tutorial below: Trouble viewing the video? Click here to watch the video on our YouTube page. eLearning Featured Graphic Design Resources Resources cutout people graphic design People Pictures sketch

Videos,Photos - USA TODAY

E-learning Uncovered

Provides overview of group goals, meetings, and upcoming events. Abortion information and pro-life resources available

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How to Customize Free Stock Photos For Your Presentations

Rapid eLearning

The good news is that there are more than enough free stock images available, such as these three earlier posts where I shared 80 free stock photos , 45 free stock photos , and 60 more free stock photos. The challenge with all of these free stock photos is that it’s not always easy using them for your presentations or elearning courses as they are. Here are some tips to help customize free stock photos to work with your courses.

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eLearning: Use Pictaculous to Save Design Time, Pull Colors From a Photo

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Let's say someone gives me a photo and wants me to design around that. by AJ Walther    I like design. Mulling over colors, shapes, and composition is a real joy for me. But when someone else is paying me for a design, I need my process to be three things: fast, inexpensive (or free?), and easy. That's where  Pictaculous  comes in. I could take the time to eyeball coordinating or matching colors.

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10 Lesser Known Free Or Inexpensive Stock Photo Sites

The eLearning Coach

Many of us must work on projects with small budgets that require free resources. Fortunately, free or inexpensive stock media sites can save the day. Check out descriptions of these ten sites. eLearning Design Graphics

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Stock Photo Sites: How To Choose The Best One

The eLearning Coach

Before committing to a stock photo service, scope out the best one for your money. Post from: The eLearning Coach Stock Photo Sites: How To Choose The Best One. Tags: GRAPHICS MEDIA stock photo services stock photo sites stock photos Check these criteria first.

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Mobile Photo Search: The learning potential

Bottom-Line Performance

It’s a mobile app for android phones that allows you to complete internet searches based on a photo you take with your smart phone. Dear Google, what can’t you do??? This week Google announced the launch of Google Goggles. What’s that, you ask? Here’s an example from Google’s site: Literally you take a picture of a bridge and it recognizes it, searches for related information, and returns information to you. That blows my mind!! How does it do that?

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Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning

eFront

News from the e-learning frontier Pages Home About Community Free e-Learning Resources Contribute to the e-Learning Community 10/24/2010 Free Stock Photos Sites for e-Learning As an e-Learning developer I had to invest a lot of time to find images for my e-Learning projects. As a result, I had to do a research and find the best FREE stock photo sites. Free Stock Photos (Update 10/28/2010: suggested by Queralt Suñé ) Nearly 100% of their Royalty Free photos are Free Download.

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Find the Best Stock Photos for Your eLearning Course

GO1

Looking for high quality stock photos for your eLearning course? The post Find the Best Stock Photos for Your eLearning Course appeared first on GO1 Learning. Tips & Tricks eLearning online course photosPutting together an online course can be a lot of fun, especially if you’ve followed our handy design checklist for your eLearning materials. As we said in that article, the design process plays a major role in how effective and successful your course will be, […].

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Purloined photo

Jay Cross

I went online and asked Google to find a photo to use in a memorial. I took this shot of George Leonard at his home when we talked about informal learning several years ago. George died earlier this month. I found several, none by me and none attributed to me. One newspaper article stated: “The photograph of George used here was copied from the Web where it stated that there was no clear copyright or other source material provided.&#

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