Where is my stuff

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I am teaching a class on organizing (and finding) your digital assets at the Photographic Center Northwest on the weekend of March 2-3 from 12-4 each day. If you are looking to get a handle on your digital photographs I encourage you to sign up there are still a few seats available. We will be looking on how to deal with all the storage options that are available and the pros and cons of each (local, offsite, cloud-based). We will be looking at using Lightroom, Photo Mechanic and other tools to help keep you organized and moving data around your various locations. Finally, we will be looking at some best practices for keeping those files intact both in the field and when you get back to the office.

The cost of the workshop is $175 and for members of PCNW it is $157.50.

Hope to see you there.

February 20, 2013

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