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Artist Bob Miller's "Light Walk" at the Exploratorium is always an eye-opening experience for students and teachers alike. His unique discoveries will change the way you look at light shadow and images. The website includes the following activities: Do your own light walk Build a pinhole viewer Build a pinhole camera Slide projector activities.
There is still a lot of confusion surrounding digital cameras and digital photography. With all the new cameras and options it just seems to get more confusing instead of clearer. It is easier to approach something if you can take it in small bites. So in an effort to make digital easier to approach and understand the website has grouped together everything you need to know to get started in ten easy to understand lessons.
Arts: Visual, Graphic Arts and Photography Lesson Plans and Activities
How to Make and Take Pictures With Pinhole Cameras Made from Oatmeal Boxes.
Exhibits & Readings on Manipulated Photography on the American Museum of Photography website.