I was a teacher many years ago, who, due to an injury, can no longer work full time. I have time on my hands and a love of photography and I still want to contribute to students, teachers and the community. As a result, I have created a website on which I share my images completely free for any non-commercial project. There are a variety of categories which both students and teachers may find useful. I do not sell anything, all materials are completely free, I do, however, have ads to help support the costs of the site. Although the site has just gone “live”, I have thousands more images that I am in the process of uploading daily. I will soon also be adding a series of PowerPoint lesson plans on a variety of nature topics appropriate for the elementary level.
June 21, 2008 -- From Tom, a parent, from Phoenix, AZ, who is affiliated with the site.
Free photo gallery of cats, dogs, horses and other animals. No advertising displayed onsite.
June 6, 2008 -- From Howard, a parent from San Diego, who is not affiliated with the site.
Interviews with top photographers to improve your photographs. Whether you’re interested in taking better nature photographs, the secrets to perfect exposure, how to earn money by selling your photos as stock photography, or how to take better pictures of your kids, you’ll find valuable digital photography tips during the new weekly “7 Photo Questions” Podcast.
December 11, 2007 -- From Donssite, a reader, from Burlington, Ontario, who is not affiliated with the site.
Pictures mostly of old barns.
October 16, 2006 -- From Lalphoto, a reader, from London, who is affiliated with the site.
This site provides a simple way for children and adults to learn about digital cameras and digital photography terms. It provides an easy to understand guide for choosing a digital camera for the family, beginners, advanced photographers, for travel and for nature and sport photography. It gives a list of all the key features to look out for in each category and provides a list of recommended cameras to help you avoid wasting time and developing headaches when confronted by the hundreds of camera models on the market today.