This is Chelsea after she, 'had some work done' on Picnik.
What a great, user friendly site to store and share digital photos and it`s free! Firstly I uploaded some photos onto my Flickr (Flickr, 2009) account then editied them in Picnik, a photo manipulation software site that`s also free (Picnik, 2009). It didn’t take me long to work out how to set up a link between my Flickr and Picnik accounts. Working with Flickr and Picnik I was able to upload a before and after image to my Blogspot.
These 2 sites would be great if utilized together in the classroom. Once accounts have been created by the Teacher, digital photos could be uploaded and stored, online in Flickr and when required edited in Picnik to engage students in delivering their presentations. My photostream http://flickr.com/gp/40951379@N04/i4FdR0
References Flickr. (2009). Flickr. Retrieved July 30, 2009, from http://www.flickr.com/ Picnik. (2009). Picnik. Retrieved on July 30, 2009, from http://www.picnik.com/app#/home/welcome