Table of contents for Digital photographer's guide to media management / Tim Grey.

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Chapter 1: Storage NeedsDigital Differences Digital Advantages Digital Disadvantages Storage Considerations What to Save Original CapturesMaster FilesAdditional Files Capacity Requirements Current NeedsProjected Growth Total Storage NeedsP o r t a b i l i t yAv a i l a b i l i t y F u l l - Time Av a i l a b i l i t yArchival StorageMaking a Plan Chapter 2: Storage OptionsStorage Media Internal Hard Drive C a p a c i t yS p e e dRAID Configuration C DMedia OptionsS p e e d D V DMedia OptionsS p e e d External Hard Drive C a p a c i t yI n t e r f a c e Bus-Powered Drives Network StorageS e r v e rNetwork-Attached Storage Network PerformanceDealing with Big FilesMedia Maintenance Storage MediaFile FormatsAll Geared Up Chapter 3: Storage BasicsCreating StructureFolder Structure File Naming ConventionSaving FilesLocation and Filename F o r m a tBatch RenamingStrong Foundation Chapter 4: Image BrowsersRole of the BrowserBrowser Options Adobe BridgeConfiguring BridgeLightbox Vi e w Preview Vi e wRating and LabelingSlideshow Vi e w General BrowsersSeeing Clearly TABLEOFCONTENTS

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Photographs -- Conservation and restoration -- Data processing.
Picture archiving and communication systems.
Image processing -- Digital techniques -- Storage.