So, when I was in college I took a course in photography...well before digital cameras. The most interesting project we did was putting ourselves in completely dark room, opening the camera shutter and painting images with a flashlight on the wall. Sure, that's old hat to most photographers, but it's really what got me excited about alternative possibilities in photography.
So imagine my amazement when I viewed these little ditties. Thanks, to the Strobist blog.
Is that amazing or what?
I know my readers are photography nuts because everytime I go to a learning conference like eLearnDevCon2006, the digital photography sessions are packed while the ISD sessions are near empty. What's up with that? I led a session on the subject at Learning2005 and the little room I was given was standing room only.
At our core, learning professionals are creative folks. We should be at the front of the new user-generated content revolution because that's exactly what we do...WE generate content. Web2.0 and Learning2.0 is our playground. It's what we've done well before the internet hit the mainstream.