Manage Your Stuff

Managing assets and workflows. Today’s digital world generates a flood of media assets destined for diverse platforms. Carl Seibert Solutions can help manage and curate all that content.

A Digital Asset Management System is the power tool to bring order to your digital world. But the process should start long before you write a check for a DAM. Learn more.

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Need to sharpen your visual communications effectiveness?

From showing marketers and agencies the best tools and practices for editing and distributing visual content, to finding the most talented photographers and videographers, to technical problem solving, Carl Seibert Solutions can help.

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Metadata to the Rescue

Photographers – protect copyrights and preserve your legacy.

Webmasters – know that assets on your sites are legally yours to publish.

Marketers – ensure that media you distribute meets professional standards.

It’s all done with metadata. Learn more on our new blog.

Join our campaign to make the world a better place for creators and users of digital content.

Google Images now supports some IPTC metadata. Read all about it here.

Be as optimal as you can be. The way your older siblings optimized photos for the web just a couple years ago probably doesn’t cut it anymore. Grab a cup of coffee. Then join us in the blog for a thorough look at what’s involved ca. 2018. Invest some time up front in a good workflow and the task itself will be smooth and easy.

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We have noteworthy occurrences on the copyright and standards fronts. 


Every picture you make or deliver to a client, or consider for publication, should be labeled with what it depicts, who made it, who owns the copyright. Is that too much to ask? I think not! But rarely is that information available. We can work to change that. Visit our blog to learn how you can help set that right, starting with your own works.

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