Unless you properly archive your digital images, your grandparents’ family photos will still be around long after yours are gone! We’ll discuss technologies, techniques, and devices that will give you the best chance of keeping your digital photos alive for decades… or centuries. Phil will demonstrate best practices for image cataloging and backup using both Adobe Lightroom and his own Lightsage photography software.
$5-$10 sliding scale donation at the door for Non WORK Members– help us keep the lights on and keep great programs coming your way! WORK Members FREE including Friends of WORK!
12-1 PM in the WORK Library. Feel free to bring a bag lunch.
Bio: Phil Beffrey was the founder of Digital Arts; original designer/developer of the Nuke visual effects system; developer of numerous 3-D technologies for Pixar; creator of the Cricut electronic cutting machine for scrapbookers; and other stuff in the health-and-medicine, music, astronomy, and artificial intelligence fields. His current project is Lightsage, photography software for serious old-school photographers… like him.