May the Flickr Force Be With You

Michele Walfred is the author of this blog post. She is the Communications Specialist at the University of Delaware in the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources and has a passion for Extension work that runs deep. Michele describes herself as a “perpetual student” and enjoys plunging in and just getting on with learning. She doesn’t fear making mistakes, but rather sees these moments as they truly are: learning experiences. Follow her on twitter @MWalfred as she often shares valuable

Digital Photography Has Transformed Extension…

…But we’re still not doing it right.

This is a guest post written by Paul McKenzie, an Ag Extension Agent with North Carolina Cooperative Extension. He teaches educational programs in forestry, horticulture, pesticide education, and field crops. You can follow him at @pgmckenzie on Twitter.

Since I started with Extension almost 20 years ago, there has been a transformation in the way we take and use photos. Photography used to require a budget for film and processing, storage …

Handling Event Photos

Your great event is over, leaving you with happy memories, a sense of pride…and a mountain of high resolution digital photos. While you know these high quality photos are important, they will also consume a large amount of space, slow down your web site, and max out the size limits of your email in their current form. Before archiving them for posterity, you realize you’ll need smaller copies of your event photos that are easier to work with. You check …