Welcome Back!

This is the main page of my class website. Information for specific classes is posted under the three links on the right (Grade 10, 11, and 12).
I will use this space to post interesting and relevant items for all of my courses.
Bored already?
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Interesting Sports Photography blog

www.pshizzy.com/ is the website of Max Simbron. He has some great work posted, but what makes the site unique is that he shares a lot of information about his photographic process.

Amazing HD Video

This video was filmed in HD at 1000+ frames per second.
There are some amazing visuals here – it feels like you’re looking at a moving photograph..

Really nice nature/landscape photography


(image from www.patricksmithphotography.com)

Jon and Sumner found a site with some really nice landscape photography. The photographers name is Patrick Smith, and he is based out of San Francisco.
As a bonus, the photographer has included quite a bit of technical data about his pictures, and has a really thorough methods page where he discusses some of his photographic techniques. (click the Methods tab)
Check it out here.

Low-light photography slideshow

A gallery of really nice pics taken using fast lenses and existing light.

Street Art

Some Adbuster type folks made up Photoshop stickers for advertising billboards – check it out..

National Geographic International Photo Contest 2008

Some pretty amazing pics here. (you may find one or two of them a bit disturbing – there are some pretty moving images there)

DHS Ambassadors Info Session

The DHS Ambassadors are holding another information meeting regarding the 2010 Tour of England, Ireland and Scotland. If you are interested in applying and were unable to attend one of the previous meetings, please attend the meeting on Monday, January 5, 2009 in the DHS Library at 6:30 p.m.

DHS Digital Media Team

I’m thinking of starting up a new group here at DHS. I am looking for people who may be interested in producing video, audio and photographic work to be distributed online.
I would like to begin producing weekly or monthly shows covering topics of interest to students at DHS as well as the rest of the community.
I am also looking at webcasting school sporting events as well as other school events such as assemblies.
I will need people to help with equipment setup, camera operators, editors, producers and other roles.
If this sort of thing sounds interesting to you, drop me an email.
Hope to hear from you soon.


UPDATE: They took it off-air (maybe too many viewers crashed the server?) on Tuesday afternoon.
Live webcam of a box full of puppies.