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Dam Book By Peter Krogh

The information on this website is drawn primarily from books created by the principal authors, Richard Anderson and Peter Krogh. In addition, a number of other books including CMYK 2.0 by Rick McCleary, have proved to be invaluable resources in the creation of this material.

Dam Book By Peter Krogh

Managing your digital photos can be one of the most unavoidable headaches. With so many existing workflow practices based on specific software rather than a universal view of the entire image file processing ecology, you need something that can make the process less overwhelming. Patricia Russotti and Richard Anderson provide you with the best workflow practices, from planning and capturing to archiving your digital photography and everything in between. This easy-to-follow design, paired with detailed charts and beautiful photos, will give you the tools you need to perfect your workflow. This handbook is software version-independent and focuses more on the key fundamentals that are a constant from software to software.

Digitizing Your Photos with Your Camera and Lightroom presents a comprehensive method for using a digital camera as a scanner for photographic prints, transparencies and negatives. Check out for more information.

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To start off, what is digital asset management (DAM)? In his book, The DAM Book: Digital Asset Management for Photographers, author Peter Krogh describes DAM as a term that refers to your entire digital photography ecosystem and how you work with it. It comprises the choices you make about every component of your digital photography practice.

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