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Questions tagged [digital-asset-management]

Digital Asset Management, or DAM, consists of indexing meta-data about a document to make it easier to find again or track usage. In the context of photography, such data as exposure details (EXIF), time of shot, location, keywords, asset ID, and copyright are recorded for each image.

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What open and free software to use to manage large collection of photos?

What is the best software to manage photos? I know this is a question which has been asked in the past, but I want to add two constraints: Open format. If in 50 years someone wants to look at the ...
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Is there a way to mass export photos stored in Lightroom/Creative Cloud when quitting CC?

After unsuccessfully trying out several self-hosted asset management solutions, I'm tempted to outsource all my photo storage to Adobe Lightroom / Creative Cloud, which I have as part of an ongoing CC ...
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On display about my nikon whjich goes off each time i take a photo [closed]

Hey when am taking picture with my nikon d5300 it goes off.. I have to put it on again to see the image is it normal
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Where is a pointer to what metadata each photo editing package preserves?

I'm working on a script that will keep metadata in derivative files in sync with the master file or it's sidecars. One of the mechanisms for this is to give a unique ID to the master file, either as ...
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Which photo managers feature publish services similar to Lightroom?

Lightroom has a feature called publish services. There you can setup collections (published folders) of photos, which will be published to a folder with preset export settings. Changing a photo which ...
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How to manage photos when Lightroom cannot?

Having created my first gigapixel panorama, I discovered that Lightroom cannot import an image that big. The error message is completely clear about that, it says: The file is too big. (1) Now, ...
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What software do people use for cataloging their images? [closed]

What programs do you use that allows you to add a batch of photos, tag each photo with multiple keywords and then search by keywords? For example you have a set of photos from an event, you can ...
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How do you maintain metadata across multiple images?

Situation: A given image in my library may have up to 20 different version. Some of these are nondestructive (same master image, different sets of edits) Some of these are destructive (round trip ...
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DAM, Digital asset management for Linux

I am using Dark Table for proceesing my photos and am very happy with it, but I lack some catalog software to be able to quickly find relevant photos. Any reccomendation for software available on ...