The Main Entry page that you can use to get to both sites below.
My digital photography web site, which I call Dons-Digital-Photo-Corner
Actually you can tell quite a bit about me, just from the addresses above. That’s me, Don Stouder. When I took out my domain name, I could not think of anything clever. Apparently, I was the first Don Stouder (There are others in this world.) registering a .com web site.
Quite some time ago, I started a website for my high school graduating class. I think it has helped our class stay in touch over the years.
I use my Don’s Digital Photo Corner to stay in touch with my students. I have been teaching digital photography and related courses in the South Bay area of Los Angeles since the fall of 2000. One of the main uses of my web site is to let students know what courses I will be teaching where during the following term.
The classes that are taught in multiple school districts have been quite popular and are often filled as soon as registration opens. Posting their description and schedule on my web site, gives my students a heads up for what is being offered when before they see the schools’ online announcements or receive their catalog in the mail. I also maintain an email distribution list that I use for the same purpose. It contains well over a 1000 names now.
That brings me to why I started this blog. In Addition to using it to provide more immediate feedback to my students between classes, for the past several years I have used it to direct them to the password protected pages where they can download the class handouts for their particular class.
Additionally, my goal for my blog is to provide valuable content that I have developed myself, such as how-to articles and videos and a couple of Photoshop Elements eBooks I wrote. I also highlight links to a variety of material I have come across on the internet produced by others. Recently, I have found Pinterest to be an excellent way to pass on these links that I have found interesting.
My blog/website started out pretty much dealing only with Photoshop Elements. Over the years it coverage has expanded to other topics dealing with digital photography, and related subjects such as video, and using mobile devices such as the iPad/iPhone to further enhance your digital photography and video experience.
Ok, that is enough for now. Enjoy the blog and website, and I hope you find it valuable as you explore the world of digital photography and video.
Please not hesitate to leave a comment or ask questions. Maybe there is a certain topic, you would like for me to cover?