For students, they find it easy to just google different images, and I would like to break them of this habit by giving them alternatives to use to search and make it easy for them to cite the images and videos they are using. I found the article "14 copyright essentials teachers and students must know," posted in the comments to be full of information I was unaware of and will now incorporate into my lessons.
The photo I chose to upload was from Pixabay and I picked this topic becuase it is one of the submjects the students can choose from in the introduction to research part of our class.
Hensler, Karin. Stonehenge. Digital image. Pixabay. Pixabay, 28 Apr. 2015. Web. 30 Apr. 2016. <https://pixabay.com/en/stonehenge-sky-moon-night-stone-741485/>.
I then modeled the actions the students would have to follow to correctly cite the photos that they choose to use. The process becomes a little different and students usually don't go to other pages to look for the required information necessary to compete a work cited sheet. I did find the use of Easybib.com simple and "easy" (pun intended) to cite these resources. Since it works so well with Google Tools I will definitely continue to incorporate that into the work cited lessons.
As far as the other parts of the lesson, the applications are vast not just outside the classroom in afterschool activities like Photography Club or TV/Media club, but in the classroom as well. I plan to continue to explore using photography in lessons to make them more engaging as well as more relevant for the students.