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    GIF the Portrait – Collab Submission Process

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    This past week in CT101 we began the collaborative GIF the Portrait Project. Working with the digital version of the project, students continue learning the basics of adobe photoshop and generated their individual portrait animations. Students that were present in class during week #5 left our class session with their first GIF created from scratch … Continue reading "GIF the Portrait – Collab Submission Process"
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    Wally Sutton’s Internet Art Making Creative Blogging Project

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    Wally Sutton’s Internet Art Making Creative Blogging Project. Who is Wally Sutton and why is he here? Simply put, Wally Sutton is a fictional character. He’s a Walrus, however, he doesn’t know that Walrus’s aren’t supposed to wear human clothing or sell things like motherboards and other computer hardware… That is what makes Wally, Wally. He is … Continue reading "Wally Sutton’s Internet Art Making Creative Blogging Project"
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    CT101 Final Presentations & Final Blog Post Information

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    CT101 Final Class Presentations & Final Blog Post Information. Please read all of the information below carefully. E-mail me with any questions at Ryan (at) ryanseslow.com or rseslow (at)york.cuny.edu **Final Website Presentations : Each student will be presenting their completed website to the class on the date listed below. Students will give a short guided tour … Continue reading "CT101 Final Presentations & Final Blog Post Information"
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    Discovering Your Classmates Websites

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    During week #10 I asked each student to share their new website’s url in the comment section on this post 37 out of 40 registered CT101 students participated. (You still can if you need to!) Now its time to explore and share our experiences visiting some of those websites. Part 1 – Select a few … Continue reading "Discovering Your Classmates Websites"
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    Panoramic Image Making Multiplicity

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    (click the images above to enlarge or download them from the media library) This past Tuesday in our Digital Storytelling class we played with the idea of non traditional image-making and multiplying ourselves into a single image frame. (No photoshop required). By using the panoramic feature of our smart phones we created two examples above … Continue reading "Panoramic Image Making Multiplicity"

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