Hi. I dont have any photos to show off or anything. But I am making this post to ask for some help. To get to the point, I am making a newsletter with a few middle school kids at the program I work at. I am in charge of the photography section. I want to know what would be the best way of "teaching" this. We are VERY limited in resources. Basically I have a digicam (personal) and everyone else is given point and shoot film cameras (at worst disposibles). How do I teach what a good photo is? Are there resources out there on the net? Most of the sites I find teaches things such as shutter speed, fstops, ISO...basically things that the students wont even have control over. So I think I need to find ways to motivate and inspire, and at the same time teach them basics like Rule of 1/3s, soft curves, lines...etc. If someone can point me somewhere... THanks.