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This webinar series explored using photography to teach geoscience. Virtual presentations were held once a week from February to March, 2013. This workshop was convened to help geoscientists improve their photographic skills to enhance the creation and use of geo-imagery in research and instructional practices. Learn more from the workshop web page.
From the Earth and Mind Blog, Through a Lens Darkly, and Then Face to Face--reflections on the philosophy of photography by Dave Mogk
Digital Image Archives:
- Earth Science Picture of the Day from NASA's Earth Science Division and the EOS Project Science Office (at Goddard Space Flight Center) and the Universities Space Research Association.
- NASA's Earth Observatory images, organized by topic, including the Image of the Day
- Earth Science World image bank, a service provided by the American Geosciences Institute (AGI).
- GeoDil image library, a geoscience digital library.
- NASA's Visible Earth
- GeoEye satellite imagery.
- Digital Globe satellite imagery.
Learn more about common terms used in digital photography from this DigicamGuides page
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