The Luminous Landscape Guide to Asset Management
Where The #%*!
Are My Pictures?
A 3 Hour Multi-Segment Training Video
with Michael Reichmann and Seth Resnick
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This Tutorial teaches the strategies and techniques
that allow you to know exactly where & what your pictures are and
to find them with a few key strokes—whether you have 500 or 50,000+
The tutorial is hosted by Michael Reichmann & Seth Resnick. Seth is a highly successful professional stock & editorial photographer. He is also a principal of D65 which offers workshops & seminars in photography and digital workflow.
If as a photographer, looking for a particular file or image, you have ever asked the question "Where is ...?" or "Don't I have a shot of...?", then this tutorial is for you.
Watch Michael & Seth go through the strategies & techniques of file organization following a typical shoot. They use Adobe Lightroom but the strategies are applicable to any Digital Asset Management program. As Michael says, "It's the Concepts not the Keystrokes."
The advent of digital photography has created a great need for the careful organization of files. To be effective, that organization must allow for the quick retrieval of any file that has been created; this must include originals, edited originals, layered working files, final output files and backups. The strategies must include those to select, name, choose media & media systems and to apply metadata easily and quickly.
Sounds complicated? Sounds time-consuming? It is not - if effectively organized and executed. This is what you will learn. More often than not it is a case of do once, use many times.
File backup and archiving is another part of organization. This Tutorial will teach the most effective strategy for true file backup.
About The Tutorial
The L-L Tutorial "Where the #%*! are my Pictures?" is comprehensive and in-depth. It consists of over 3 hours of live video training. The price is just US $29.95.
"Where the #%*! are my Pictures?" is made up of 11 .mp4 video files designed to be viewed on a computer monitor using a free media player such as VLC Player, QuickTime or Adobe Media Player. Windows, Mac, and Linux systems are all supported.
"Where the #%*! are my Pictures?" is produced in High Definition video suitable for playback on a modern computer with a powerful graphics card.
The video can also be viewed on a television; see our FAQ.
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Eleven separate files of the"Where the #%*! are my Pictures?" Tutorial are available for download. They are enclosed in eight zip files. The videos average between 10 and 30 minutes in length and each covers a discrete topic. The zip files average 400MB in size and total close to 3GB for the complete 11 file tutorial.
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If you're the type of person who learns best by live demonstration and a hands-on approach
rather than from a book, then the L-L Tutorial "Where the #%*! are my Pictures?" is for you.
About This Video
The video was shot in March 2009 in Miami Beach using Lightroom 2. The video cameras used were Sony EX-1 & a Sony SR12.
- Mac Pro & 30" Cinema Display
Many thanks are due to Jamie Spritzer & Luci Resnick for allowing us to interrupt their lives for three days! Oh yeah... and thanks to Leo too!
Shot and edited by Christopher Sanderson.
All video is ©2009 Terra Luma Inc. All Rights Reserved
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