Chasing the SmartPhoto

Chasing the SmartPhoto” is the theme of the IPTC Photo Metadata Conference 2018. In the day-long conference, session speakers will examine the image business in a changing environment as new technologies, new devices and Artificial Intelligence will be game changers in the coming years. The Conference will be held in Berlin (Germany) on 31 May 2018.

Speaker of the Day: Dr Christian Stein

Dr Christian Stein, HU Berlin and co-founder of gamelab.berlin, will be speaking at the Roundtable Cultural Heritage: Awesome Opportunities with Technologies which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The seminar will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 1st June 2018.

Speaker of the Day: Frederik Truyen

Frederik Truyen, KU Leuven and Photo Consortium, will be speaking at the panel discussion Unlocking Archives with Innovation, Funding and Partnership which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The panel will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 1 June 2018.

Speaker of the Day: Gary Illyes

Gary Illyes, Google, will be speaking at the Google Workshop: Understanding Google Image Search and How to Optimize For It which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The seminar will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 31 May 2018 from 15:00 to 16:15.

Speaker of the Day: Daniel Sproll

Daniel Sproll, realities.io, will be speaking at the Roundtable Cultural Heritage: Awesome Opportunities with Technologies which is part of the CEPIC Congress. The seminar will held at the Martim proArte Hotel in Berlin on 1st June 2018.

Exhibitor of the Day: Smartframe

SmartFrame is a secure, embeddable, trackable and interactive online image format, that grants you unprecedented control over your content, brand protection, a fantastic user experience, increased traffic and business growth.

Exhibition by Andreas Trogisch “Runaway” to preview at CEPIC Welcome Reception

The exhibition “Runway” by the Berlin photographer Andreas Trogisch builds on the series “Asphalt” and “Technik” from his Desiderata series. On “asphalt,” apparently for motivic reasons, but in a different, “objective” view, without a subject-commenting change through light and shadow, moisture, perspective.