Posts Tagged ‘Phase One’

Back to the DAM Old Days

Posted by Robert Edwards on December 28, 2016 in Blog |

Image Management – are we back to the old days? In the early noughties post-production for digital photography would require three distinct pieces of software: 1. Image browser 2. Raw converter 3. Image cataloguer Each application had it’s purpose. 1. Image Browser Downloading and creating a back up of images from the camera memory card is […]

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Photography Workflow 2015

Posted by Robert Edwards on September 28, 2015 in Blog |

For the first 10 years of digital capture photographers were obsessed with workflow. There were hundreds of books, workshops, seminars, and forums dedicated to it. Over time a workflow standard was achieved. So has anything changed? Not really it’s basically the same as it was in 1998! Only now the file sizes and storage capacity are far […]

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OpenRAW 10 Years

Posted by Robert Edwards on March 10, 2015 in Blog |

Imagine if you were no longer able to look at your family albums. Or some of Ansel Adams images began to disappear. And the news photos that recorded the history of humanity were lost. D1scussion was a mailing list by Juergen Specht for professional Nikon users. In early 2005 the list saw a growing concern […]

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Lightroom Loves SSD

Posted by Robert Edwards on March 2, 2014 in Blog |

Apart from upgrading your computer RAM, adding a SSD drive will improve your Adobe Photoshop Lightroom experience tenfold. If you find Lightroom sluggish invest in a SSD. With 120GB prices under $75 costs have dropped to almost a third of what they were a few years ago. SSD (Solid State Drives) work much like a […]

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Phase One Media Pro Training

Posted by Robert Edwards on November 5, 2012 in Blog |

SYDNEY Tuesday November 20th Where: (Phase Studio) L&P Digital Photographic 96 Reserve Road, Artarmon NSW Time: 6.00pm – 9.00pm Cost: $55 To book click here. Phase One Media Pro is a professional photo management software that makes it easy to find, organize and share image and video files. It supports files from hundreds of cameras and […]

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Media Pro 1.3 update

Posted by Robert Edwards on June 6, 2012 in Blog |

Phase One have updated Media Pro to version 1.3. Along with the expected bug fixes and new camera support this version finally gives the same feeling of speed that iView had some 5 years ago. Phase One have made more improvements that continues to make Media Pro the best digital asset management application for creatives. […]

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Phase One Media Pro 1.2 released

Posted by Robert Edwards on January 11, 2012 in Blog |

Phase One have released an update to Media Pro. As well as new camera support metadata support has been improved: Better support for exporting annotations/metadata to XMP sidecars. Catalog sets, custom fields and hierarchical keywords may be exported to XMP sidecars. Will always be included when extracting metadata. Two new general preferences increasing flexibility of […]

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Media Pro 1.1 released

Posted by Robert Edwards on October 25, 2011 in Blog |

Phase One have updated their DAM app Media Pro bringing improved performance for rendering and importing raw files. By default Media Pro now uses the operating system (Windows WIC or Apple IO) to render raw files for speed. Users can opt for quality by using the Phase One rendering engine. File management integration with Media Pro […]

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Media Pro 1.0.1 update available

Posted by Robert Edwards on July 9, 2011 in Blog |

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 […]

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Hold off using Media Pro 1

Posted by Robert Edwards on May 20, 2011 in Blog |

Phase One Media Pro 1 has some annoying bugs. Hold off using it or judging it just yet. An update is expected *very* soon. As a small company Phase One can bring updates quickly to market. The flip side is future release cycles *should* also be more frequent including more features.

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