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Digital Asset Management Fundamentals

October 17, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CDT

Free – $10.00
Presented by Seth Boonchai
This 45 minute presentation will focus on fundamental DAM concepts for photographers. We will cover broad concepts dealing with Ingestion, processing, distributing and archiving digital assets. Topics include: Workflow ideas, planning for DAM, metadata basics, using or not using the cloud and some real world horror stories to make you feel better about your DAM system.
Please note, this presentation covers core concepts of DAMs for photographers, if you are comfortable in your understanding DAMs and are happy with your system this presentation may not be beneficial. We aren’t re-inventing the wheel here. Also, we will be focusing on managing STILL images, workflow for time-based media is for another day.

About Seth:

Sesthasak Boonchai (Seth) wears many creative hats: educator, artist and pre-media specialist. He has taught at the University of New Orleans, NOCCA, Tulane University and in the BFA Photography department at the School of Visual Arts. Currently he is the Digital Asset manager at the New Orleans Museum of Art and an MFA Studio Advisor at Maine College of Art. He is also the a co-founder of Pack/Peel/Pour, a company dedicated to publishing works by artists using instant photography.

Join us!

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Social: 6:30 pm

Program: 7:00 pm

Food and Beverages will be served.

Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH)
938 Lafayette Street at the corner of O’Keefe
New Orleans, LA 70113

Free parking available in the LEH lot. Park only in the RESERVED spots with white lines. Enter either from Lafayette St. or O’Keefe Ave. See pic.

Abundant parking also available in nearby lots or curbside. Meters active until 7:00pm

 

For more information:
neworleansgs@asmp.org
504-782-8138

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Date:
October 17, 2018
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
Cost:
Free – $10.00
Event Tags:
Presented by Seth Boonchai
This 45 minute presentation will focus on fundamental DAM concepts for photographers. We will cover broad concepts dealing with Ingestion, processing, distributing and archiving digital assets. Topics include: Workflow ideas, planning for DAM, metadata basics, using or not using the cloud and some real world horror stories to make you feel better about your DAM system.
Please note, this presentation covers core concepts of DAMs for photographers, if you are comfortable in your understanding DAMs and are happy with your system this presentation may not be beneficial. We aren’t re-inventing the wheel here. Also, we will be focusing on managing STILL images, workflow for time-based media is for another day.

About Seth:

Sesthasak Boonchai (Seth) wears many creative hats: educator, artist and pre-media specialist. He has taught at the University of New Orleans, NOCCA, Tulane University and in the BFA Photography department at the School of Visual Arts. Currently he is the Digital Asset manager at the New Orleans Museum of Art and an MFA Studio Advisor at Maine College of Art. He is also the a co-founder of Pack/Peel/Pour, a company dedicated to publishing works by artists using instant photography.

Join us!

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Social: 6:30 pm

Program: 7:00 pm

Food and Beverages will be served.

Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH)
938 Lafayette Street at the corner of O’Keefe
New Orleans, LA 70113

Free parking available in the LEH lot. Park only in the RESERVED spots with white lines. Enter either from Lafayette St. or O’Keefe Ave. See pic.

Abundant parking also available in nearby lots or curbside. Meters active until 7:00pm

 

For more information:
neworleansgs@asmp.org
504-782-8138

Tickets

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Date:
October 17, 2018
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
Cost:
Free – $10.00
Event Tags: