Webinar & Events
Making Your Images Work Harder For You:
Top Techniques for Archiving & Metadata
Tue, Dec 17, 2013 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST - Register
Presented by PhotoShelter & the American Society of Picture Professionals
Worried about your images floating around online without any way to trace them back to you or your organization? Have thousands of images stored on hard drives you're looking to get organized or posted online to make them searchable? Think it's just your website that gets you discovered by buyers? Think again. Getting organized to make your images searchable, findable, and valuable -- on your desktop or on the web -- starts with good archiving and tagging practices.
Whether you're a metadata pro or new to the game, this webinar with Sam Merrell, VP of ASPP, and David Riecks, one of the leading authorities in the field of metadata practices, will break down the techniques and tools you need to to track your image files and create an archiving system that works harder for you.
In this webinar you'll learn:
• 3 techniques to make image archiving easier & faster
• The power of using image metadata
• Free tools you can use to view and update metadata
• Techniques to add tracking & job info to image files
Our live Client Services webinars will resume in January 2014. Recorded sessions are available below.
Getting Started With PhotoShelter
Take a tour with Mike Campbell, Client Services Associate and PhotoShelter scholar, and learn how to get your PhotoShelter account/website set up in no time.
PhotoShelter Websites: Beam Portfolio Site Customization
Watch a recording
Ready to start building your new portfolio website with Beam? Learn the basics of building your site with PhotoShelter's new website platform. Customization expert Spencer Ponte will cover the new Site Builder tool and show how you can easily launch your new online portfolio. And don't miss out on the live Q&A!
PhotoShelter Websites: Classic Site CustomizationWatch a recording
Customization expert Spencer Ponte will walk you through the basic steps to building your PhotoShelter website. Learn about all the different ways to dramatically customize your homepage, and get a sneak peek at how to take your site to the next level using HTML/CSS.
Sharing and Delivering Images with PhotoShelter
Take a tour with Mike Campbell, Client Services Associate and all around PhotoShelter guru, and learn how to make the most of PhotoShelter's Image Delivery tools to send proofs and high resolution files to your clients.
Selling Through PhotoShelter: The Basics
PhotoShelter sales pro Farah Visslailli will teach you how to get yourself set up to make the most of our built-in e-commerce tools.
Selling Through PhotoShelter: Downloads & Licensing
Client Services Associate and PhotoShelter sales pro Jonathan Gorman will walk you through all of the different ways you can sell downloads and license images through your PhotoShelter website.
Selling Through PhotoShelter: Prints & Products
PhotoShelter sales pro Farah Visslailli will walk you through all of the different ways you can sell prints & products through your PhotoShelter website.
Who Are Those Voices?
Natalie lives to help PhotoShelter members. She's a photographer too, and studied at The International Center of Photography and California Baptist University.
Allen has been public speaking since 6th grade when he ran for class president rallying under the "stronger water pressure in the water fountains" platform. Allen won, and he has enjoyed the sound of his own voice ever since.
Farah runs PhotoShelter's client services team. Farah enjoys running, baking, and both making and consuming gelato.
Grover crisscrossed the midwest in the 1990s as a public speaker, doubling down that CD-ROM would be the wave of the future. If only Al Gore hadn't invented the Internet, his prognostication would have proven to be true.