Portland, OR (PRWEB) October 20, 2009
Camera Bits, Inc. (http://www.camerabits.com), a pioneering provider of software for professional digital photographers, today announced it will be demonstrating innovative solutions and workflows made possible only with Photo Mechanic, the industry standard of photo browser and workflow accelerator software, at PhotoPlus Expo in New York City from October 22 - 24 in Camera Bits' booth #967.
Photo Mechanic is by far the most popular photo editing software used by photojournalists, major newspapers and news organizations, including The Associated Press, which standardized its workflow around Photo Mechanic, as well as educational institutions and the U.S. Military.
At PhotoPlus Expo, Dennis Walker, founder and president/CEO of Camera Bits, will present "out of the box" digital camera workflows only possible with Photo Mechanic including one for advanced event photography utilizing multiple cameras and employing multiple photo editors which - from the time a photo is taken until it is backed-up, captioned, renamed, cropped, saved, and finally displayed on the live slideshow - takes only seconds.
Additionally, Camera Bits will host the following:
John Harrington, photographer and president of the White House News Photographers Association, will present "Using Photo Mechanic to Boost Profits" on Thursday, October 22 at 11:00 a.m. and Friday October, 23 at 12:00 p.m.
John Supra, principal and Jon Moeller, co-founder of DigitalFusion will present "From Shoot to Online - From Photo Mechanic to DF Studio" on Thursday, October 22 at 12:00 pm, Friday, October 23 at 10:00 a.m. and Saturday, October 24 at 12:00 p.m.
Jamie Rose, photographer and director of Momenta Workshops, will present "Basic Mechanics: Using Photo Mechanic in the Field and On Assignment" on Thursday, October 22 at 1:00 pm, Friday, October 23 at 1:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 24at 11:00 a.m.
David Riecks, founder of ControlledVocabulary.com will present "The Structured Keyword Catalog and the Controlled Vocabulary Keyword Catalog" as well as "How to use the Code Replacement Feature to Add a Set of Keywords to a Folder of Images" on Thursday, October 22 at 2:00 p.m. and Friday, October 23 at 11:00 a.m.
"We are so excited about the opportunity to present the innovative Photo Mechanic solutions and workflows of such an esteemed collection of photo industry professionals," said Dennis Walker, founder and president/CEO of Camera Bits. "We sincerely appreciate the time, effort and insights each of our presenters offer and we're certain that PhotoPlus attendees will find great value in experiencing the efficiencies made possible only with the power of Photo Mechanic."
About Photo Mechanic
Photo Mechanic is a photo browser and workflow accelerator that has set the standards in its field for more than a decade. Users of the program can speed through the import, captioning, and editing process at a rate that goes unmatched, thanks to Photo Mechanic's straightforward design and wide range of customizable workflow tools. The program's powerful Ingest command reads images from memory cards, flattens directory structures, applies IPTC metadata, creates backups on separate disks and renames files - all in a single step. Photo Mechanic speeds through the editing of large numbers of photos to select keepers, rename, classify, and organize, and its many output options allow photographers to easily create Web galleries and slideshows, print contact sheets, transfer photos to an FTP server or upload them to an online archive, share photos via email, store favorites and much more.
About Camera Bits
Camera Bits is a pioneering provider of software for professional digital photographers. Technology visionary and president/CEO Dennis Walker founded the company in 1996 with a simple purpose - design powerful, intuitive software that will improve the workflow of the digital photographer. Among the first of Camera Bits' innovative developments were the unified color artifact and noise filter Quantum Mechanic, moiré pattern reducer Moiré Eraser, and "banding" noise filter Band Aide. The success of programs led to the development of the prize member of the Camera Bits' digital arsenal, Photo Mechanic, a photo browser and workflow accelerator that to-date is unmatched in its vast capabilities. To learn more about the history of Camera Bits, the technology behind its software, the man behind it all, on how to apply for educational discount, please visit http://www.camerabits.com or call (503) 547-2800.