A part of the Adobe Photoshop CS3 10.01 update includes the option to include XMP with Export for the Web & Devices. This means your JPEG images can retain copyright and other important metadata. Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom are also updated; the latter now plays nicely with Leopard.
This Newsletter is a special report from the Pro Photo Summit in Redmond, USA. Orphan Works panel. Photo: © Chris Greene/Microsoft Databases Everywhere It seemed like every second application at the Microsoft Pro Photo Summit was adding a database. These events are opportunities to have a sneak peek at where developers are taking the next … Read more
Since the rise of digital imaging photographers and software have been appropriating IPTC (International Press Telecommunications Council) standards to store information unrelated to news gathering. The first ever Photo Metadata Conference has just concluded in Florence, Italy. Industry pundits discussed the future for photo metadata. Heralded a great success there are plans for a second event … Read more
Peter Krogh’s Dam Workflow Presented By Nikon Australia & DAMsimple The AIPP are pleased to announce that Digital Asset Management (DAM) Guru Peter Krogh is coming to Australia and New Zealand for a limited series of workshops from 25 May to 1 June 2007. Nikon Australia and DAMsimple are proudly sponsoring the event. The workshops … Read more
Besides the actual photo, digital images also contain metadata; data about data, including EXIF and IPTC. EXIF is the information about how the image was captured (shutter speed, lens, time/date, etc). IPTC is used to enter information to describe what the image is about (the who, what, when, why, how). With Orphan Works legislation being passed … Read more
AIPP Commercial Control: Discussion on how photographers can control their images.
Photo Imaging World 2006 Robert Edwards will be presenting “Metadata, Meta What?” at the ACMP Huddles (stand 548), 3.00pm Friday 28 April 2006. Come by and visit us. Attendees to the Metadata talk will qualify for discounts on Photo Mechanic and iView MediaPro. Photo Imaging World is Asia Pacific’s largest, annual photographic trade show. … Read more
iImport iImport is a freeware Windows application written by Alex Havrylyuk that allows you to import images from remote media source into iView MediaPro 2.6 for Windows. Mac users should look at PicProcessor. iImport can be used even if you don’t have iView MediaPro to bring images from your remote media to hard drive, rename files, sort … Read more