|Starts:||Wednesday April 29, 2009, 06:30PM|
|Ends:||Wednesday April 29, 2009, 09:30PM|
|Location:||Laura Parsons Pratt Conference Center
281 Park Ave South at 22nd Street
New York, NY 10010 US
|Price:||Members $10 / Non-Members $20 / Students with id $5 / Free to New Members Joining at the Door – RSVP required|
|Intended For:||editor, photographer, photo editor, photo researcher, archivist, digital asset manager, photo agent, publisher|
|Organization:||American Society of Picture Professionals (ASPP)|
New software and hardware upgrades keep changing the digital toolbox, so spend an evening networking with your colleagues and learn about new workflow techniques:
Michael Lorenzini will tell how NYC Dept of Records approached the question: 2 million images to digitize, where do you start? How do you prioritize equipment selection, metadata processing and get images to a visual database?
Jennifer Lim will show how Bill Smith Studio Group wrangles image files from a myriad of suppliers and keeps projects organized with a custom Filemaker application
Antonio M. Rosario – photographer and tech wizard will show how Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture each contribute to his stock and assignment work
Wednesday April 29 6:30 – 9:30pm Laura Parsons Pratt Conference Center 281 Park Ave South at 22nd Street (steps from the 23rd Street East Side subway station) New York City
Light refreshments and networking after the presentation Members $10/non-members $20/students $5 Free to New Members who join ASPP at the event. As the membership is very inexpensive – a year worth of information for only $125 you get access to a lot of information and events.
I am a member – you should be, too.
Space is limited.
RSVP Required by April 27th. Please go to http://bit.ly/asppny to RSVP