Last Updated: Mar 4, 2014
In the library, all the right-hand side computers (as you come in) are equipped with Adobe Photoshop. A little complex to learn, but well worth the effort.
- Be Funky
If you miss Picnik, this app is for you! User-friendly and usable within minutes.
- Pixlr Editor
Edit images using similar techniques as those in Adobe Photoshop, but online and FREE.
Interesting effects like filters, fire, cross stitch, glass, film.
- Smart Photo Editor
Community-based created effects that add impact to your photography. Free trial.
Coin Stack by Zixuan Zhang, First Place Winner
- Kodak Tips and Techniques
Tips for taking photos of people and animals, spontaneous pictures, nature, holidays and events, and other advanced techniques.
- Capturing Motion in Your Photography
Tutorial for beginners
- Reflection Photography
Quick tips for reflection photos
- Photographing Water
Help with photographing bubbles, droplets, reflections, river, wildlife, water sports, underwater shots, rain, ice, and fog.
- Double Exposure Techniques
Learn how to create special effects to emphasize the beauty and uniqueness of the photo.
- PhotoExtremist YouTube tutorials
44 video tutorials to give you support for those special effects.
- Create a String Tripod
One of the best ways to get a good photo is with a steady camera. By using a string, you have one at the ready that is cheap and easy to use.
- More Self-Made Tripod ideas
Make your own tripod using a bag of rice or beans, a water bottle, or a string and eye bolt.