Daily Archives: October 6, 2010

Tiltshift happens

Tiltshift is a photographic technique that makes real-life photos look like miniature models.  I was looking at the technique a couple of weeks ago to introduce simulated depth of field, and I was surprised to learn (from Steve C) that … Continue reading

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How-To-Geek website

Over the last few weeks I have started to read the ‘How-To-Geek’ website, it contains some excellent tutorials and informative posts.  I can recommend the following couple of posts from the last few weeks. What’s the Difference Between JPG, PNG, … Continue reading

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Apple Youth Workshops

Build more than just skills. Free hands-on workshops for families to learn how to compose a song, produce a movie, create a photo album or make a presentation. The Apple Youth Workshops programme occurs throughout the year. Sign up now … Continue reading

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Microsoft UK – Innovative Schools Program

How would your school (UK only) like the following benefits: Microsoft Innovative Schools plaque, web site banner and status Formal mentor relationship with one of 10 carefully-selected outstanding Mentor schools in the programme Access to virtual and in-person trainings from … Continue reading

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