It’s time to organize your photographs for easy retrieval and safe archiving!
You’ve captured lots of photographs. You may have taken workshops to improve the quality of your images. Ensuring that you can retrieve those photos when needed and protect your image files from loss is a priority. By organizing your image files, your Call for Entry submissions and marketing efforts can be accomplished much more efficiently, giving you more time to create your artwork.
Manage and Catalogue Your Images
Date TBD 10am-4pm
Limit 12 Students | $150
Photographic documentation of the work that you and your department performs is critical to the institution’s preservation mission. However, many people struggle with organizing their images for efficient retrieval. Ensuring the safety of the image archive through consistent backup methodologies is also critical to your workflow.
This workshop presents readily accessible methods for efficient retrieval and distribution of your images, and information on backup practices as suggested by the Library of Congress through the dpBestflow project, with special emphasis on taxonomy and metadata.
Bring your laptop and go home organized!
This workshop presents:
- Review of proper organization of your image files and safe backup and archiving methods
This workshop has been specifically designed for photographers and artists and can be customized to meet your organization or group needs. Interested in this workshop? Contact Scott for more information.
Be sure to register because this course is limited to 12 students.