Inspirations

Photography inspiration
This presentation is not a question of right or wrong, beautiful or ugly, but some simple guidelines to take a good picture.
  7 tips to better recordings
This presentation is ment for you as guides how to make better recordings, like how close you move to the person/object you want to record, steady movements, light, exciting angels and so on.
     
Local mPc project in Cabanes, Spain
The is a presentation of a project made in Cabanes as part of the local Spanish mPc. The project is called "Our village".
  What is it?
"What is this?", is a game about recognising. Take a digital photo, find a spot on the image, and zoom much in on this small spot. PowerPoint could be a good tool for this small game.
     
Pictures in three dimension
Make a simple 3D look of your image.
  Funny toilet-roll-gaffer-tape-glasses
Make glasses of toilet rolls, put them on, and try and catch your friends. It's a lot of fun, and not that easy.
     
Small hole in a large paper (or What is it?)
Look at an image through a small hole. Move the hole around and try and guess what's on the image.
  The hole in the paper
This game is about learning of proportions. Learning that things are changing according to what comes in the frame. At the same time, children can play something about zooming by moving the paper with a hole closer to or further from the eye.
     
The living puzzle
Take a picture (or two for the trained), that is cut into pieces. Hand the pieces to the participants and let them put the picture back together.
  Catch me if you can
Point out a special part of the body which should be “caught” on a photo, e.g. the nose, the ears… of all children. Print the pictures or see them on a screen with the question: “whose nose is this?”.

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