Archive for the ‘dpBestflow’ Category

Baltimore Photographer’s Multimedia Work

September 23rd, 2010 Comments off

Like many still photographers, Baltimore Photographer Richard Anderson, is starting to shoot video productions. Here’s an example of a well done multimedia presentation that utilizes stills, motion and sound:

Chris Cairns on Sculpture, Life, Art, Catastrophe, and Music from Richard Anderson on Vimeo.


DPBestflow Launch Party

November 8th, 2009 Comments off


Richard Anderson, Peter Krogh and many others at ASMP have been diligently working on dpBestflow and it’s ready to go public.  I’ve done a good deal of work with Richard on standards and workflow and I Tech Edited two books on Digital Asset Management for Peter.  I know these guys pretty well, and they do know what they are talking about when it comes to DP workflow.

The Launch Party is taking place as part of Foto-Week.

This event is FREE, but please register to reserve a seat.
Pre-registration required to be eligible for door prizes.

The product of two years of extensive research, dpBestflow offers the latest in digital imaging best practices for maintaining the quality and integrity of your images. dpBestflow is the product of United States Library of Congress-funded research through its National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program.

This special evening will offer a short presentation by dpBestflow educators Judy Herrmann and Jay Kinghorn, as well as an introduction by Richard Anderson, Project Director, and Peter Krogh, Senior Project Manager. Special guests include Carolyn Arms, Phil Michel, Carl Fleishhauer, and Martha Anderson of the Library of Congress Management Team, as well as Patti Russotti, Richard Kelly and Eugene Mopsik.


Wednesday, November 11, 2009
7:00 PM
Doors open half an hour earlier.

Navy Memorial Auditorium, 701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC