Photo Metadata Conference
Thursday, 13 June 2013
Main session in the morning
Machine Readable Rights in Practice
Introduction to machine readable rights in the picture library industry
How can software help to manage rights?
What the users need: the (bad?) experience of buyers and sellers
Speakers will be:
The wider context: what is driving change?
The Camera: a Source of Rights Metadata?
Presentation about how closely latest digitial cameras are connected to the internet.
Afternoon breakout sessions
Two sessions in the afternoon will focus special facets of metadata:
Metadata of Cultural Heritage images
A meeting of people with interest in Cultural Heritage images and their requirements for special metadata. The topics will be:
The topics will be discussed by Greg Reser, VRA, and other Cultural Heritage experts.
Metadata technology: what the future might bring
A round table discussion with metadata experts and software makers about gaps waiting to be filled. The topics will be:
The topics will be discussed by:
The programme is aimed at all who want to improve image retrieval and protect their rights, including free-lance photographers, small and large picture agencies and libraries, and trade associations in the visual image business.
The Conference will be held again in conjunction with the CEPIC Congress - find there details about the Conference venue in Barcelona.
Attending the conference requires registration - goto the venue/registration page.
* All participants of the CEPIC Congress should tick the Metadata Conference as optional programme item in their registration for the Congress.