Heather Vadnais

Heather Vadnais

Monday, 24 September 2012 08:00

Photography and the Exposure Triangle

Photography and the Exposure Triangle Creating images that are not overly bright or dark require the use of the exposure triangle, a system of composing images according to light. There are three parts to the exposure triangle: ISO, aperture, and shutter speed. In order to get the proper exposure it is important to learn how these different elements work.

Monday, 09 July 2012 08:00

Some Tips for Better Pictures

Some Tips for Better PicturesUsing your own photos can really enhance your course. By taking and including your own pictures, you infuse personality into the course. Also, the images are essentially free and you don’t have to provide attribution to anyone else except yourself! Here are a few tips for composing better photographs.

Monday, 11 June 2012 08:00

Using images in your courses

Using images in your coursesThe visual learning style is one that really adds an element of immediacy and interest to a course. Enhancing a course with images makes a course interesting to read through and helps to connect and illustrate ideas. Stock imagery is easily accessible, but why not include your own photos...