Imaging Skills

During the class teacher were taught to work with digital imaging. I know-what? A lot of this was Greek to me too. So everything was an adventure. I (we) discovered that digital imaging involves using cameras, scanner, the computer and printers. It is the conversion of an image to a file of numbers arranged in a variety of given size and depth. Once the image is a form of digits you can change the image making it clearer, bigger, or change the colors. Digital imaging can enhance specific details in pictures, eliminate noise, and expand grey levels.

Adobe Photoshop was the primary program used to convert the images to the proper form for inclusion in this homepage. Can-do teachers are pictured here learning to use the equipment.

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