ASPP DC/South Chapter Presents:
Oh DAM! Where is that photo?
|Thursday, September 19th, 2013 at 6:30 pm
Boston University Center for Digital Imaging
Arts Foundry Building
Free for ASPP Members
7:00 Henrik de Gyor – D.A.M. Steps to Categorize and Retrieve your Files
8:00 Jim Dietz – D.A.M. with PhotoMechanic
8:30 Jeff Mauritzen – D.A.M. with Lightroom
Can’t find that photo you shot a few weeks or months ago? Does a client need that photo for a new project? Wish there was an easier way to get metadata on your photos?
Want to be able to monetize your photo shoots well after the original project is over?
As we shoot more and more digital images, categorizing, finding and storing those visual media files is ever so important. Having a systematic, organized and retrievable structure in place saves you valuable time and money.
In this presentation you will hear from Digital Asset Management professionals, they will discuss key elements in devising a system that works for you. Steps you can incorporate in your workflow that will help you sort, categorize and retrieve your valuable files. Your images are valuable to you, this is an important discussion in learning how to preserve and find your files. If you are just starting out or a seasoned pro, this meeting is for you.
Part 1 – Digital Asset Management: Steps to Categorize and Retrieve your Files, will be discussed by ASPP member Henrik de Gyor.
Henrik is Director of Digital Asset Management (DAM) Services at Marlabs Inc. where as a consultant he advises, assists and advocates for clients interested in DAM for their organization. Henrik has managed the daily operations of a Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution for a number of years. Henrik helps a number of organizations manage their people, process, technology and information involved in order to search, find, use, reuse and repurpose their digital assets easily, legally and with peace of mind. He also blogs about DAM at www.anotherdamblog.com and hosts a podcast about DAM with feature interviews at www.anotherdampodcast.com. Henrik is also named one of the top DAM influencers for 2013.
Part 2 – D.A.M. with PhotoMechanic – with Jim Dietz
Jim Dietz has been involved with digital photography since the early days of digital film scanning nearly 25 years ago. Since then he’s always been looking for the next big thing in digital imaging. At The Associated Press, he brought early image management and databases into newspapers in the 90s. As Chief Picture Editor, he revamped AP’s image management on their photo desk. In recent years, Dietz has been focused on assisting photographers to be more efficient with the tools they use, both for the camera and computer.
Since his start as a photojournalist, Dietz has always blended shooting and editing experience with technology. He now owns a startup aimed at delivering tools and consulting for real-time image delivery called PhotoData Works.
Dietz has been involved with Camera Bits its beginning too, working with Photo Mechanic from the earliest versions to the latest. A long time Annapolis resident, Dietz now splits his time between D.C and New York when not on assignment.
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Part 3 – D.A.M. with Lightroom – with Jeff Mauritzen
Jeff will show some of the many uses of Lightroom he incorporates in his workflow to edit and categorize his images. Jeff has recently completed an extensive shoot for National Geographic Children’s Books, photographing wildlife in Kenya, Tanzania, and the Galapagos for a recently published Animal Encyclopedia. Locally, Jeff shoots a mix of editorial and commercial work and has been the principal photographer for the official visitor guide books for Washington, DC. You can view some of Jeff’s work and read about his assignments at http://inPhotograph.com
When not a shooting assignment, Jeff travels and lectures as a Naturalist and Photography Expert for National Geographic Expeditions and Smithsonian Journeys. In 2014 he will be leading expeditions to the volcanoes and jungles of Costa Rica, Australia’s wild northwest as well as the ruins of Machu Picchu & Darwin’s “living laboratory” in the Galapagos Islands.
Jeff is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and President of the DC/South Chapter of ASPP.
ASPP members are eligible for a 15% discount to Adobe products. For access to the discount code, please please log in with your ASPP member ID and password. Once in the secure member area, click the link for Member Benefits. Not a member? Join Now!
Thursday September 19, 2013
7:00 Henrik de Gyor
8:00 Jim Dietz
8:30 Jeff Mauritzen
Boston University Center for Digital Imaging
Arts Foundry Building – Studio A – Lower Level
1055 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
ASPP members FREE (use promo code ASPPDCFREE)
CDIA students FREE (use promo code CDIASTUDENT)
Professional Association Members $10 (use promo code ASPPFRIEND)
Non ASPP members $15
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