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Photojournalist's NotePad

Author:Seth C. Jayson [Send Author Email]
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April 21, 2001
Description:A set of two linked databases which let you easily keep track of photographs and caption information while in the field. Enter photo assignments and projects, in the PROJECTS table. Tap the photo link, to add all related photo notes. This is designed for entering info on photo situations, not individual frames. Time and date stamping are automatic. Enter a quick sketch to help you ID subjects in group situations.
Has Data:No
Has Forms:No
Filters:clear, to hide past assignments
Sorting:for projects: due date, publication date for photos: date, subject, medium (digital, color, etc.)
Comments:Let's be frank. If you are a professional photojournalist, you don't need to know too much. (lens, film stock, fstop, etc.) This is for nuts and bolts information. Get the important info in quickly; get it out quickly. . A lot of my colleagues who are just now buying palm OS machines have been asking about this database. I've used it every day for years, on assignments here and abroad. I've made it as simple as it can be, while still allowing for potent searching, etc. You may wish to split the subject field into first and last names, or add a category field, as fits your needs. Keep that notepad in the car for a backup, and make your note-taking work better. And now, with the HDB desktop's ability to synchronize back the the palm, it's a breeze to update and correct your notes while you're sitting at your desk.
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.2.7x or greater
File:pjnote.zip          Downloads: This Month 3 / Total* 1650
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename pjnote.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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