Archiving If you are at all interested in revisiting your images sometime in the future this edition is for you. The DAM Book – Second Edition Peter Krogh has published the second edition of The DAM Book, Digital Asset Management for Photographers (2009, O’Reilly Media). Since the first edition parts of the DAM landscape have … Read more
Phase One update Capture One to version 4.6.3. More cameras supported and bug fixes. Of special interest in support for embedded metadata, just like in v3. IPTC support is for legacy IPTC (IIM), there’s no sign of IPTC Core. Most Raw files only support legacy IPTC; Adobe and Nikon support IPTC Core.
DAM Sexified – Thanks Steve Jobs When Apple announced Aperture, their DAM and Raw conversion software, they made a huge impact on digital photography. For too long DAM was mostly presented in an ugly database interface. Aperture’s biggest influence is the Steve Jobs ‘black skivvy’ interface. As they did to mp3 players and mobile phones … Read more
The long wait is over. Phase One have released Capture One 4 Pro. Phase have lost a lot of ground to the likes of Lightroom and Aperture offering two major updates in the same time, and Bibble 5 nearing release. There is no doubt that Capture One offers an alternate RAW rendering that many love. Now if … Read more
Phase One have released Capture One 4.1.1. A bug fix update it does add support for new cameras and Phase One digital backs.
Phase One announce Capture One 4 is (finally) available. Sporting a new interface and limited DNG support Capture One 4 is a good start. Note this is the replacement for Capture One 3 LE. The Pro version is expected sometime in 2008.
While this issue is strong on software, I suspect the next one to be more so. Expect updates from all the major players in digital asset management and RAW conversion programs in 2008. If When one of these new apps tempts you to move from your current set up, consider how you will do it. … Read more
Phase One have released a public beta of Capture One 4. It will have DNG support including import and export. At this early stage from a DAM perspective it is very promising.