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August 7, 2014

Taming the Beast: How to Name and Organize Your Digital Photos



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Manny Gonzalez





 
 

 

Friday Photos: Special Liveries

This week for Friday Photos, we take a look as some of the many great photos of special liveries uploaded to the NYCAviation Photo Hangar.
by NYCAviation Staff
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Fact Time: Wednesday’s Ameristar MD-83 Overrun in Detroit

A chartered Ameristar MD-83 carrying the Michigan men's basketball team overran the runway at Willow Run Airport yesterday. Here are the current facts regarding the accident.
by Phil Derner Jr.
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Adult Onset Flight Anxiety – No One Is Immune

Imagine being a seasoned flier with hundreds of flights under your belt and then suddenly finding yourself onboard and terrified. It can, and does, happen.
by Anson Harris
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The Rush To Save A Vintage C-53

In a small town 30 minutes outside of Canton, Ohio sits a vintage C-53. If one airline pilot can't raise the money to save it soon, it will meet the scrapper.
by Jay Haapala
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OPINION: The Risks of Reducing The FAA’s Control Of Our Aviation Infrastructure

As a new presidential administration prepares to take over, questions loom regarding the future of how the FAA will control the nation's aviation infrastructure.
by David J. Williams
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  • If you retain all the EXIF data, why are you using a naming convention that records which camera you used? That’s in the EXIF already!

    • Manny Gonzalez

      helps identify a shot quickly without having to go dig through the metadata

  • John Slemp

    There is a great book out there called the DAM Book, written by my friend and commercial photographer Peter Krogh.  It goes into great detail, in a logical, straightforward, and easy to understand manner about organizing your digital assets.  It is available directly from Peter at http://www.thedambook.com/, or through Amazon.com.  Already in it’s second edition.  I’m not affiliated with Peter, other than being a friend.  I will say that it’s the best book about managing your digital assets to be found…

  • John Slemp

    There is a great book out there called the DAM Book, written by my friend and commercial photographer Peter Krogh.  It goes into great detail, in a logical, straightforward, and easy to understand manner about organizing your digital assets.  It is available directly from Peter at http://www.thedambook.com/, or through Amazon.com.  Already in it’s second edition.  I’m not affiliated with Peter, other than being a friend.  I will say that it’s the best book about managing your digital assets to be found…