Remote Picture Editing is the name of a new workflow for news and sports photographers which leads to a division of labor between the photographer on site and the picture editor at the editorial office in much the same way as it used to be in times of analog films.
The basic principle is simple: the photographer concentrates exclusively on photographing at an event. The time-consuming and often stressful picture editing is done by the editing staff in the office.
The picture editor has access to the newest pictures via the Internet. Thanks to IRES, the pictures can be displayed, selected and downloaded with a normal web browser. The photographer has the option to only allow access to his personal pre-selection. In addition to this, the photographer can choose whether his photos can be downloaded via "Remote" or whether he wants to send the image data actively via FTP. Often a combination of both makes sense.
The new workflow is very fast and the photographer does not need to do the time-consuming picture editing himself.
The technology you need for Remote Picture Editing is a digital camera with a WLAN adapter (Canon EOS-1Ds MKIII with WFT-E2 or Canon EOS 5D MkII with WFT-E4), a Pocket PC or better an ultra-mobile computer UMPC (e.g. OQO e2+) or a normal laptop and the Idruna Remote Editing System (IRES) software.
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