KATC and Jim Olivier Family of Companies are at it again with this week’s Tools For Schools giving to classrooms in need.

This week, the team is delivering supplies to Martial Billeaud Elementary in Broussard. The school requested digital cameras for their art classroom to teach photography skills.

Art Teacher Kayla Powell says they hope to create digital portfolios of their artwork.

“We requested five digital cameras. So we’re hoping that in the art classroom we’re going to use these cameras for students to learn how to photograph their own artwork and in return they’ll be able to create digital portfolios of their art throughout their elementary years,” Powell said. “We’re also hoping that students will be able to photograph different events on campus so they can learn that responsibility.”

Instructional Leader Kessler Landry says they applied for Tools for Schools because last year was their first year opening and

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Reminiscence playing cards can hold huge numbers of photographs, requiring attention only when the reminiscence card is full. For many users, this means tons of of high quality pictures saved on the same reminiscence card. Images could also be transferred to other media for archival or private use. Playing cards with high velocity and capacity are suited to video and burst mode (capture several images in a quick succession).

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2020 Ocean Art Contest Winners

These award-winning photos will transport you to an unfamiliar, otherworldly water landscape. This wide-angle shot of an octopus’ tentacles from Gaetano Dario Gargiulo won best in show.

2020 Ocean Art Contest Winners

Gargiulo shot this image in some tide pools in New South Wales, Australia.

“In one of the shallowest parts of the [tide] pool I noticed an octopus. I placed my camera near its den and the octopus started interacting with it,” Gargiulo told Underwater Photography Guide.

Gargiulo’s image also won first place in the wide-angle category.

Off the Pico Island in Portugal, Gilles Auroux captured this image of a blue shark, a species the photographer said is one of “the most elegant species of sharks.”

2020 Ocean Art Contest Winners

“Bullet” by Auroux placed second in the wide-angle category.

Auroux said they tried to capture the shark’s elegance and speed by intentionally shooting a close-up of the animal.

In the photo, it looks like a bullet

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