Four or five times a year, I do workshops and presentations on various aspects of photography (and a few other topics). As mentioned in an earlier post, I’m moving the pages I still use in those sessions from my dedicated archive site into this stream before shutting it down.
I recently updated this page in advance of using it in a class next month. It may be of interest to you as well.
Whether you’re brand new to Google Earth or have been using it for years, it’s still fun to just play with the vast resources they offer. One of my favorite ways to have fun learning about the world is using a simple tool that sits in the middle of the bar on the left side of image window.
While some people call it a “map”, Google Earth is far more than that. It’s actually a huge database of images, text, and location data, all of which makes it possible to virtually visit millions of places on the planet.