The DAM Book 3.0 available now!
Nine years in the (re)making, and the wait is over. Sort of.
You’ve seen the monumental changes in the world of photography. You are anxious to modernize the way you are managing your media collections. And you have been incredibly patient.
Pre-order your copy of Peter Krogh’s The DAM Book 3.0 and you’ll not only get 7 of the 12 chapters right away, but you’ll get the 10% discount. Pre-order pricing runs through March and April, as we release the chapters progressively. Once the book is fully released, all links in the book will be live, and, regular pricing resumes.
Pre-order discount: 10% = $31.46
Format: PDF, 363 pages
Visual Media in a Connected World
As with Peter’s previous books, The DAM Book 3.0 aims to help you see the elements as a whole ecosystem. And like the other books, he’s managed to make a complicated set of relationships easier to understand. Peter has come to see the new world of photography as an integrated extension of the one we’ve known all along.
The DAM Book 3.0 will make readers more comfortable with the changes, and to see how they are (mostly) wondrous. The first chapter, available from March 1, sets the scope for the entire book, allowing you to see how the parts fit together. It was shaped by a series of talks Peter gave over the last five years at SXSW, exploring the intersection of photography, technology, media and culture.
Digitize Your History Now!
Fast, high-quality scanning allows you to digitize entire collections at a fraction of the cost of older methods. Camera scanning can be done on-site, with any of the millions of high-quality digital cameras already in use by people and institutions. For many, the only additional purchases may be a modest outlay for a macro lens or copystand.
Peter Krogh’s book Digitizing Your Photos with Your Camera and Lightroom presents a comprehensive step-by-step guide for equipment selection, photo preparation, scanning workflow, tagging, curation and digital photo management.
Drawing on the principles used by museums and institutions, the book presents a method that is within reach of millions of photographers, whether they are family historians, corporate collection managers, or professional archivists.
Unlock your history!
Over the last decade, the digital camera has steadily become the scanning tool of choice for some of the most trusted image collections worldwide. It is used by institutions like the Library of Congress, the National Archives, as well as major museums and collections.
Organizing Your Photos with Lightroom
Available for iPad or Android You asked for it. We made it. Organizing Your Photos with Lightroom 5 is now available for your iPad or Android.
This Multimedia EPUB edition with embedded videos is available now for $34.95. (Plus, it’s free if you’ve already bought one of the other formats. Just mail us.) Once you’ve downloaded it to your computer, transfer it to your iPad or Android tablet and experience all the control that EPUB provides: text, images and videos reflow to fit your screen, at the size and look you want. Videos, of course, play on command.
One Catalog Just Not Enough?
Multi-Catalog Workflow with Lightroom 5 demystifies the process of working with multiple Lightroom catalogs.
Building on the principles first laid out in The DAM Book, this multimedia guide establishes the principles of solid multi-catalog workflow, defines the terminology that is necessary to understand the process, and then shows you the workflows in action.
Packed with more than three and a half hours of videos and clear step-by-step lists, it will help intermediate and advanced Lightroom users create clarity in their workflows.