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There’s smart, then there’s METAsmart. The Stock Artist Alliance received a grant from the Library of Congress to extol the merits of meta data and its relationship to photography. So they’ve created a series of seminars to talk about how meta data can be used to protect copyright, smooth workflow, track image usage, and much more. If you’re serious about photography and want to learn about extending the power of your images through meta data, you’re going to want to attend one of these free seminars around the country.
PhotoShelter will be attending in several cities on both coasts to talk about SEO and how meta data can be used to bolster your visibility to search engines, which gets you more eyeballs to your photographs. Here’s the schedule. There’s even one this Thursday in Seattle which Grover is attending.
The seminars are free, but you have to register. Hope to see you!