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The DAM Book { Pdf } BY Peter Krogh


  • Paperback
  • 496
  • The DAM Book
  • Peter Krogh
  • English
  • 18 March 2017
  • 9780596523572

10 thoughts on “The DAM Book

  1. says:

    Great book if like me you are just starting with a DAM system like Lightroom and wish to start off the right way I had just

  2. says:

    If you take lots of digital photos you pretty much need to read this book It has chapters for setting up single computer storage solutions how and when to make backups multi computer network solutions and how to manage your collections in programs like Lightroom or Aperture Because of this book I changed my star rating system for photos star

  3. says:

    I borrowed this from my local library in order to learn about metadata and workflow I gave it 2 stars because I had to re

  4. says:

    35 stars but only because my own organization and workflow won't be changing too much as a result of reading the book The book is 4 or stars if you haven't thought nor done much in the way of using image metadata organizing and naming your folders and files well backing up images and data Oo improving workflow etc The sub title of the book is Digital Asset Management for Photographers but it's really for anyone who has p

  5. says:

    The DAM Book presents a fully comprehensive professional uality digital workflow for photographers This book is based on the Photoshop CS2 tools specifically Bridge and then uses iView Pro now Microsoft Expression to do the catalogin

  6. says:

    The book has a controversial reputation amongst photographers simply because the ideas and concepts in this book seem extremely complex and far too unwieldy for most photographers The book as a whole is definitely too much to implement for most folks but a lot of the concepts are thought provoking and worth pondering over Over time I've developed my own system but reading this book has made me realize that it's not very scalable

  7. says:

    Still working on this but I like Krogh's discussion of the discipline needed to handle digital assets particularly digital image assets Having been an IT professional for 35 years I am well aware of the need for discipline in all aspects of creating storing modifying and archiving digital assets As a photographer just ge

  8. says:

    This was suggested to me as a book I should read before getting into digital photography Great info on what think about in organizing naming and editing photos as well as creating workflow However it is a rather dry and f

  9. says:

    Excellent resource for managing digital photography files I have uite a bit of work to do with my archive on converting RAW and DNG and creating metadata tags It was interesting to me how much of my data warehousing career

  10. says:

    Solid book on workflow image retrieval and back up Gives you a good working vocabulary to deepen your when necessary as you make decisions on yo

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One of the main concerns for digital photographers today is asset management how to file find protect and re use their photos The best solutions can be found in The DAM Book our bestselling guide to managing digital images efficiently and effectively Anyone who shoots scans or stores digital photographs is practicing digital asset management DAM but few people do it in a way that makes sense In this secon. Great book if like me you are just starting with a DAM system like Lightroom and wish to start off the right way I had just bought Lightroom when I got this book and used it to structure my DAM system much better than I would have ever known to do otherwiseJust a couple of reasons I didn t give 5 stars 1 He keeps talking about DVDs for archiving I cannot burn DVDs with this machine for various reasons and anyway physical media seems so 2000s I backup my archive to a second machine on my network but keep everything else just as he recommends incl folder organisation and it works very well 2 He does not spend any time at all talking about workflow in regard to editing rating keywording I happen to be a big believer in controlled vocabulary for keywording it is disappointing he did not even mention that aspect he could have removed one of his repetitive mentions of DVD archiving if space was an issue

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D edition photographer Peter Krogh the leading expert on DAM provides new tools and techniues to help professionals amateurs and studentsUnderstand the image file lifecycle from shooting to editing output and permanent storage Learn new ways to use metadata and key words to track photo files Create a digital archive and name files clearly Determine a strategy for backing up and validating image data Learn. The DAM Book presents a fully comprehensive professional uality digital workflow for photographers This book is based on the Photoshop CS2 tools specifically Bridge and then uses iView Pro now Microsoft Expression to do the catalogingUnfortunately for me I m a Lightroom junkie so while I could get some ideas from his workflow much of the functionality exists in Lightroom today just in a different wayIf nothing else the details on the Bridge settings and Camera RAW settings have enhanced my understanding of what Lightroom is doingFinally his instance on a STANDARD way of doing things is refreshing in the creative realm as is his guidance of a Ratings pyramid instead of a Ratings lightbulbIf you re drowning trying to manage a large image collection this will be a helpful book Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers you re drowning trying to manage a large image collection this will be a helpful book

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A catalog workflow strategy using Adobe Bridge Camera Raw Adobe Lightroom Microsoft Expression Media and Photoshop CS4 together Migrate images from one file format to another from one storage medium to another and from film to digital Learn how to copyright images To identify and protect your images in the marketplace having a solid asset management system is essential The DAM Book offers the best approa. This was suggested to me as a book I should read before getting into digital photography Great info on what think about in organizing naming and editing photos as well as creating workflow However it is a rather dry and far comprehensive than necessary for someone just getting in to digital photography the author does note early on that the book is written for someone with background in photography

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