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Re: [teacherartexchange] digital photography


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Jul 26 2005 - 05:54:54 PDT

About students shooting pics with film cameras and
converting them to digital:

Diane C. Gregory wrote:

> I think there are also places on the Internet that will convert traditional
> photos to digital. Some deliver the digital photos to you via the Web.

Places like Wal Mart will give you a CD with digital jpegs at the same
time they process your film. The students can get prints plus the CD if
they request it. Then they can load the CD with pics at school for

> So if
> some students want, and they have a traditional camera at home, perhaps they
> could send them into these places to convert to digital. Also, if you have a
> scanner, you could scan the traditional photos. Digital cameras are becoming
> more prevalent. Some students may have digital cameras. The challenge will be
> getting the files into the computers at school, depending upon the storage media
> of the digital camera. Many cameras now have USB cables and Macs have built-in
> photo software with limited editing capability.

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