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- California Museum of Photography
- Wildflower Photography (Androsace.com)
Provides photographs. 10-09
- Lunar Eclipse - Photographing (New York Institute of Photography)
Provides details on how to photograph a lunar eclipse. 1-00
- Processes, Styles, and Movements in Photography (Leggat)
Provides an alphabetical listing of many of the processes, styles, and movements in the history of photography. 3-01
- History of Photography (Leggat)
Provides history of photography. 3-01
- Photography and Art (Kodak)
Provides lessons by topic and includes grade level within each lesson.
- Photography and Music Composition (Kodak)
Provides a lesson at the 6th grade level.
- Photography Lessons (Kodak)
- Photography Lessons by Subject (Kodak)
Provides dozens of lessons in photography by subject theme or general grade level.
- Photography Teaching Guides (Kodak)
Provides two teaching guides in photography. Uses PDF format.
- Tips for Photographers (New York Insitute of Photography)
Provides new articles each month. 6-02
- Photography and Math (Kodak)
- Ansel Adams Exhibit
Provides examples of photographs by one of America's greatest artists.
- Turn of the Century in the US Search (Library of Congress)
"This collection of photographs from the Detroit Publishing Company Collection includes over 25,000 glass negatives and transparencies as well as about 300 color photolithograph prints, mostly of the eastern United States. The collection includes the work of a number of photographers, one of whom was the well known photographer William Henry Jackson." 10-09
- Civil War Photographs (Library of Congress) 9-01
- Photographers - Women (Leggat)
Provides short biographies of women who are mentioned in the history of photography. 3-01
- Harry Benson Photos (LissGallery.com)
Provides a sample of famous photographs by Harry Benson. 12-01
- Imaging Mistakes (ImageNews.com)
Describes 10 common mistakes and how to avoid them. 12-01
- Photographic Film - How It Works (Peter Piper Publishing)
Provides a short history of film and shows how it records pictures. 6-02
- Photographic Camera - How It Works (Peter Piper Publishing)
Provides a short history of the camera and shows how it records pictures. 6-02
- 06-10-04 Imagining a World at Peace (PBS)
"Invite students to brainstorm the basic rights of people everywhere, explore in basic terms the United Nation's Declaration of Human Rights and UNICEF's Committee on the Rights of the Child, and then use international photography galleries as part of a multimedia creative writing assignment imagining a world at peace." 6-04
- Cartier-Bresson, Henri (MSNBC news)
"Gary Knight, managing director of the cooperative photo agency, VII, called Cartier-Bresson one of the most influential photographers of all time." 01-05
- The Sun - Dramatic Pictures (NASA)
Provides pictures of sun using different methods of photography. 1-05
- Parks, Gordon (Gale.com)
"In 2002, at the age of 90, Gordon Parks received the Jackie Robinson Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award and was inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum. These honors were only the two latest tributes bestowed on a man whose achievements in photography, literature, film, and ballet have earned him more than twenty doctorates and numerous awards. When asked why he undertook so many professions, Parks told Black Enterprise 'At first I wasn't sure that I had the talent, but I did know I had a fear of failure, and that fear compelled me to fight off anything that might abet it. I suffered evils, but without allowing them to rob me of the freedom to expand.' " 05-06
- Lincoln, Abraham - Possibly Last Photo (CNN News)
"An expert on Lincoln photography thinks a photograph found in Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's family-owned album showing President Abraham Lincoln in front of the White House could be one of the last photos taken of the 16th president before he was assassinated in 1865." 03-09
- Stock Photos (Flickr.com)
Provides amateur and professional photos. 03-09
- -10-06-09 Nobel Prizes Awarded in Physics (CNN News)
"Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for two breakthroughs that led to two major underpinnings of the digital age -- fiber optics and digital photography, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said." 10-09
- Tips on Buying Digital Cameras (U.S. News)
"A few ground rules can help. If there is a choice, pay for a longer zoom lens rather than more megapixels, says Julie Adair King, author of Digital Photography for Dummies. People often want more pixels because they can crop a photo to delete unwanted material around a subject, such as a small kid on a big soccer field. "A longer optical zoom lets you fill the frame with the subject in the first place," she says. But ignore "digital zoom," in which camera software simply crops the photo. That's better done later on a PC."
"Also, find a model that has hardware that fights blurring caused by camera shake, often called optical image stabilization or antishake control. Some cameras try to do the same thing with software in what's called 'digital image stabilization,' but it doesn't work as well."
"Finally, don't worry much about camera quality or reliability. Having been around for more than a decade, digital photography is a pretty mature technology. 'Virtually all the cameras out there from major brands do a good job,' Hoffenberg says." 11-09
- Digital Camera Reviews (CNET)
Reviews by manufacturer, manufacturer, price, or features. 11-09
- Norway's Northern Lights (Time.com)
"Photographer Fredrik Broms, who specializes in northern lights photography, said that the lights of Sept. 28, 2011 over Troms, Norway, were among the most spectacular he had ever seen." 01-12
- Pictures of 2011 (Time.com)
"LightBox has compiled this yearbook for 2011, literally picking a photo for each day of this astonishing year. It is a remarkable memorial to its high and low points, to agony and to exhilaration. But let the pictures speak for themselves." 01-12
- -06-27-05 New Test for Skin Damage (ABC News)
"The warnings about the link between excessive exposure to sunlight and skin cancer are well-known: one in five Americans will get skin cancer, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Melanoma kills more young women than any other cancer, and the risk of developing it has doubled in the past decade."
"Now dermatologists have a new way to show patients how the sun has damaged the skin with the help of ultraviolet photography." 6-05
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