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Digital Archiving Workflow for Beginners

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In this video, we take a look at how best to import, convert, rename and archive digital photography files. Solutions for backing up images and working with a Digital Asset Management system are also explored. It's a great introduction to your media workflow!


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What to Expect

Today we're looking at how to store, backup, and protect your images while keeping them easy to find at a later date. Here's a quick look at what to expect:

  • Importing
  • Converting to Adobe DNG
  • Renaming Files
  • Keywording
  • Archiving to DVD and Hard Drive
  • Digital Asset Management Software

It's worth noting that this is the setup that works for me. It might be a little overkill for your needs, but I hope that you'll find the video useful and pick up a few new ideas!


What is Your Workflow?

Does your digital archiving workflow include a few different or original steps? We would be fascinated to hear how you manage the process - feel free to share in the comments!

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