August 27, 2016
HOME  |  GUIDELINES  |  SUBMISSION  |  GALLERY

View the Gallery for Contest Results
2016 Photo Contest
Winners Announced


Inspire, Empower, Transform - that is the vision and purpose of CCETC's CaliforniaStreaming collaborative community. The judges of the CaliforniaStreaming Digital Photography Contest will select up to eight winners - at least six student winners and up to two teacher winners that best reflect the 2016 contest theme: "TRADITIONS."

Winners will have their photographs incorporated into a collectable CaliforniaStreaming poster, which will be distributed to classrooms across the state of California. Eight winners will receive a digital pocket camcorder.

Download the contest flyer.

For detailed information about the contest, please read the Guidelines. Images from the CaliforniaStreaming Digital Photography Contest will be available to view after winners are announced. Previous winners and entries may be viewed in the Gallery.

Prior to entering the contest, please take the time to review the Submission Process. This page provides all of the information that you will need for your entry.

CaliforniaStreaming, a collaborative non-commercial service offering multimedia-on-demand, is available to any school or district in California from dozens of California County Offices of Education. CCETC invites you to join the ever-growing community of classroom multimedia enthusiasts! For information or a free trial, email info@californiastreaming.org


PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS

Help your students take great photos. For tips on taking great photos, explore the following links:

Kodak Tips & Tricks - Kodak's comprehensive resources are truly valuable, including the Tips from the Pros. Check out the 'Top Ten Tips' to use as a one-page handout for basic tips for taking good photos.

Photographic Composition - This site helps students with composition and how to deliver a message visually.

Kodak: Beginnings of Photography - A wonderful tutorial -- almost like a mini-course -- with examples for assisting students with everything from composition, to balance, to the "rule of thirds. "  Click on the "Discussion" link for examples to assist in dialogue to develop a "critical eye."

CaliforniaStreaming Photo Contest
California County Educational Technology Consortium