Posts Tagged ‘IPTC’
Digitising Photos with Your Camera
Everyone has a cache of photos, slides and negatives tucked away somewhere. They might be your images, family photos from your parents, or a film archive from your company. They all hold great value whether personal, sentimental or a business asset. It can seem like a huge responsibility: What are you going to do with […]
Goodbye Apple Aperture
Apple is to discontinue Aperture, its professional photo management application for Mac OS X. It’s been a long time since a major update for Aperture, a very long time in terms of software development. Compared to where competitors Adobe and Phase One have evolved, many speculated that Apple had abandoned Aperture. We now know Aperture […]
Any Standalone DAM Software for Creatives?
There’s a burgeoning market for software to manage photos and edit them. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Apple Aperture, iPhoto and Picasa let you both catalog and adjust your images, whether you’re shooting JPEG or camera raw format. Not too long ago photographers would edit their raw images in one application then manage them in another. The […]
Embedded Metadata Manifesto
The International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) have launched the Embedded Metadata Manifesto to promote the protection of information in digital media. From the media release the key principles are: 1. Metadata is essential to describe, identify and track digital media and should be applied to all media items which are exchanged as files or by […]
Plus Registry beta
The PLUS Coalition is a not-for-profit collective supported by associations and companies representing professional image makers to assist rights management. They have launched a beta of the PLUS Registry that connects image makers to image buyers through metadata. Photographers can join PLUS Registry free to register their details so photo buyers can locate you. With Orphan Works […]
Media Pro 1.0.1 update available
DAM software for creatives Phase One Media Pro updated to v1.0.1. Mostly bug fixes this is the version we should have seen from Phase One. Media Pro is now usable and for many will replace their old iView MediaPro and Microsoft Expression Media applications. Compared to the latter products Media Pro offers: Larger catalog (less […]
Free Metadata Handbook by CEPIC-IPTC
CEPIC (Coordination of European Picture Agencies Stock, Press and Heritage) and the IPTC (International Press Telecommunications Council) have published a free Metadata Handbook full of useful information for businesses. Download your copy here.