The Fall 2021 EOP&S/CARE/NextUp application is open-these are programs to help students in various ways--lets break them down a little for those of you who may not know what they are: Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) Purpose: The mission of Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is to encourage the enrollment, retention and transfer... Continue Reading →
April 26-30th is Black Student Success Week at ARC. There's a webinar series you can sign up for called The Black Hour, 12-1pm and is open to everyone. You can also find some great resources by using #TheBlackHour or #BlackStudentSuccess on instagram and twitter.
What is a Gnarbox? Gnarbox is a rugged backup device. It’s a tiny computer, that you control with your phone and can be used to back up your photos from memory cards, USB card readers or external drives. I first heard about it from this website: https://www.hdrshooter.com/2019/06/08/gnarbox-rugged-backup-device/ But it seems to have been updated with... Continue Reading →
Since we are going to be off for spring break, my digital classes are doing HDR images for the first time. I thought it would be a great time to show some of the images my students from the last year during the pandemic using hdr, as well as some others that I didn't have... Continue Reading →
When I was reading and article from the Met, I was so happy to see an artist using photoshop to create a project that I just know people will love. I did, anyways! Ard Gelinck has taken portraits of famous celebrities and photoshopped their most well known characters next to them--kinda twinsie style. Mark Hamill... Continue Reading →
Ok, so I don't think this is really crucial information, but it is fun information. It is possible, if you have a dslr or a mirrorless camera, to turn your camera into a webcam for zoom. Why on earth would you do this? Control of depth of field, less distortion of facial features, and maybe...just... Continue Reading →