This week’s podcast features tips on how to organize and manipulate your images. First up, Rich Harrington and Peter Krogh explore backup and organization workflows for all users. Then Melissa Niu catches up with Wes Maggio from Wacom.
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Peter Krogh is a photographer, writer, filmmaker, publisher and consultant. In the last decade, Peter has become one of the worlds foremost authorities on Digital Asset Management and workflow. He has worked with companies that create the digital photography ecosystem, such as Adobe, Microsoft, iView, Phase One, CRU, OReilly Media and PhotoShelter.
Rich and Peter discuss:
- How did Peter balance creativity and organization?
- Once you have all your files, whats next?
- Organization includes backing up
- A simple start
- Keeping files stored in multiple locations
- What is Peters 3-2-1 Rule?
- Should you keep everything you shoot?
- Opportunities for photographers to expand into multimedia jobs
- Storing, Tagging, Relating. Why its important to your workflow
- Warning signs that storage is failing
- The easiest way to find your photos
- Where can you find Peter and his books
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Weston (Wes) Maggio is a Senior Solutions Manager and Evangelist for Wacom. Wes regularly consults with creative professionals and enthusiasts, helping them learn new ways to control their software. Wes is also an avid photographer. Het enjoys shooting adventure sports and landscapes.
Melissa and Wes discuss
- Who is Wes and what does he do?
- How do tablets work?
- What is the learning curve for a tablet
- How can having tablet benefit a photographer?
- Where can you get more information about tablets
- Ending advice about having a tablet and just starting out.
- Differences between tablets
- Where can we find Wes Maggios work?
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