Posts Tagged ‘Training’

Photographic Guidelines 10th Anniversary

Posted by Robert Edwards on January 10, 2014 in Blog |

The Australian Photographic Digital Imaging Guidelines (APDIG) will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. Independently published by a group of like-minded Australian professional photographers seeking a common standard APDIG was a world first for such guidelines. Initially under the umbrella of the Society of Australian Commercial & Media Photographers APDIG broadened to include the Australian […]

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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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ASMP Sustainable Business Models movies

Posted by Robert Edwards on September 28, 2012 in Blog |

Where is professional image making headed? Yesterday the American Society of Media Photographers held a forum on Sustainable Business Models: Issues & Trends Facing Visual Artists that was available worldwide as a livestream. The ASMP have now posted edited highlights of the event free to watch online: http://bit.ly/asmp-business-models

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The Nikon AIPP Event 2012

Posted by Robert Edwards on April 21, 2012 in Blog |

The Nikon AIPP Event is your only chance to experience the best speakers and workshops this year. Mix with legendary figures like James Natchwey, Vincent Laforet, Steve Parish, David Oliver, Mike Langford, Peter Eastway, Tim Bauer, Mark Galer, Dr Les Walkling, and many more. Learn, be inspired, relax and socialise with peers in the NSW […]

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dpBestflow seminar

Posted by Robert Edwards on September 29, 2010 in Blog |

Richard Anderson is presenting two sessions on photo archiving and workflow at the Nikon AIPP Event in Australia during October. Richard is project leader of dpBestflow and co-author of Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow Handbook.

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Commercial Control

Posted by Robert Edwards on July 8, 2010 in Blog |

Commercial Control The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (New South Wales division) is presenting an evening for AIPP and ACMP members as well as all other professional photographers discussing how commercial photographers can manage their images. Tim Moore is Chairman of Photolibrary, a multi-million dollar, Australian based stock photolibrary, one of the top 5 worldwide big players […]

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DAM Workflow Newsletter 11

Posted by Robert Edwards on March 9, 2010 in Blog |

Phase One (Microsoft) Expression Media – Free software offer – ACT NOW! For loyal iView users the wait is over regarding the future of Microsoft Expression Media. For over 12 months Microsoft have been looking for a buyer for Expression Media. Phase One have acquired Expression Media from Microsoft. Initially it will still be known […]

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DAM Seminar North QLD

Posted by Robert Edwards on December 23, 2009 in Blog |

If you’re keen on a tropical break in January the Australian Institute of Professional Photography have asked for me to share some advanced knowledge on DAM on 15 January 2010. As the storm season approaches we will help prepare your backup and recovery systems ready for a busy 2010. Also speaking will be AIPP EO […]

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DAM Workflow Newsletter 10

Posted by Robert Edwards on November 9, 2009 in Blog |

One catalog – Or multiple catalogs? As more photographers (and other creatives) use database driven apps like Adobe Lightroom there are more mistakes being made. The key to using any database app is to *always* use it. When you move, rename, annotate, delete, append or do anything to your files do it in the database […]

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DAM Workflow Newsletter 9

Posted by Robert Edwards on September 9, 2009 in Blog |

New Toys This issue looks at lots new toys for geeks and creatives alike. Snow Leopard – Mac OS X Update As you will already know Apple released their latest operating system. While there is some refinement to the user interface most of the good stuff is under the hood. By relinquishing support for PPC computers (those without […]

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