If you wish—you can share your photographs with your classmates.
You can upload your photographs to Flickr.
Before the first class, upload two photographs to make sure you know how to upload.
1) One of your greatest hits.
2) A photograph about which you have a question.
Enter the question in the description box (described below).
Upload about ten photographs after each class.
1) Go to http://flickr.com/signin/.
2) Enter the Yahoo! ID and password.
They're in the e-mail I sent you.
3) Click Sign In.
The studentphotkaboom website will open.
4) At the top of the window, click Upload.
The Upload window opens.
5) There are two options.
This option works well with iPhoto.
a) Open iPhoto—or go to My Pictures/Pictures and open the folder containing your photographs.
b) Press and hold the Ctrl Key (Windows) or Cmd key (Mac).
c) Click on the photographs you want to upload.
d) Release the Ctrl Key (Windows) or Cmd key (Mac).
e) Click and hold on one of the selected thumbnails and drag it to the Flickr window.
The rest of thumbnails will also be dragged at the same time.
a) Click the blue bar.
b) Navigate to My Pictures or Pictures and open the folder containing your photographs.
c) Press and hold the Ctrl Key (Windows) or Cmd key (Mac).
d) Click on the photographs you want to upload.
e) Release the Ctrl Key (Windows) or Cmd key (Mac).
f) Click Open.
6) Enter your first name in the Description box below each thumbnail.
7) Click the blue button called Upload x Photos.
It's located in the top right corner.
8) Click the blue Upload to Photostream button.
9) Click the blue Continue Editing button.
To view your photographs and those of your classmates, click Photostream.
Or, at the top of the window, go to You > Photostream.
Observe the Flickr Community Guidelines, including no uploading of any nudes of minors.
A nude photograph is defined here as a photograph that depicts the genital region, buttocks, and female breasts.
All photographs are deleted at the end of the class.
The following privacy settings have been set for our Flickr website.
You, below, includes yourself, my students, and anyone else who have the web address (URL) of the Flickr website, the Yahoo! ID, and the password.
|Who can download your photos?||Only you|
|Who can print your photos?||Only you|
|Who can blog your photos?||Only you|
|Include your public photos in API searches?||No|
|Who will be able to see, comment on, and annotate your photos?||
View: Only you
Comment on: Only youAdd notes and tags: Only you
|Hide your photos' EXIF data||Yes|
|What license will your photos have?||All rights reserved ©|
|Who will be able to see where your photos were taken?||Only you|
|Import EXIF location data?||No|
I check the above privacy settings at the beginning of a class.
I don't monitor the privacy settings during class.
Because the other students have the Yahoo! ID and password, they could change the privacy settings.
Another student could also distribute the web address of the Flickr website, as well as the Yahoo! ID and password, to anyone.
Therefore, your photographs could become available to the public should a student change the privacy settings or distribute the web address, the Yahoo! ID, and the password.
Post photographs to the Flickr website with the understanding that the photographs could become public.