Best Concepts and Best Practices
“I can find any image I have taken in the last 20 years — in less than 3 minutes! Can you?” – Joe Edelman.
We all love creating images, yet photographers routinely struggle with storing digital files in an organized system that allows them to retrieve photos quickly.
Joe will begin with a breakdown of the basics of taxonomies and how to determine what kind of filing system will work best for YOU. Then, armed with a better understanding of your organizational options, Joe will help you lay the foundation for an organized and efficient file management system so that you can find any image effortlessly.
He will also look at the various storage and backup options that are available and assist you with a plan to deal with those years of images that you haven’t filed properly.
What you will learn:
- Taxonomies — What they are and which you should use
- How to create a filing system that scales with your work
- How to organize your post processing workflow
- File naming options for faster file recovery
- Storage and backup options
- … and much more!
Details About This Photography Presentation by Joe Edelman
Duration: 90 minutes with time for Q&A
Available as an In-Person or Virtual Presentation.
Photographers of all skill levels. This is an excellent Camera Club talk that can be presented in person or virtually.
Set up Needed:
In-Person: This presentation requires the use of a digital projector and screen or a large-screen TV with an HDMI connection.
Virtual: This presentation works very well virtually. I can host up to 100 people via ZOOM, or I can present on your organization’s account. The presentation is made from a professional Livestream studio with professional lighting and sound.