Interviews

Podcast #49 has been posted, with Gregory Heisler

February 6, 2008

Photograph © Gregory Heisler “Maybe you want to do a Brett Weston, and you don’t want anyone to open your files. Maybe you want your files to just die a peaceful death, and you want to pull the plug on them, and send them on to eternity. And what you want are these finished prints; […]

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Podcast #47 has been posted, with Catherine Hall

November 21, 2007

“So much of it is having faith in your work and your vision. If you believe in yourself, and you believe in what you’re doing, and you illustrate your vision, then the money will come, and everything will fall into place.” – Catherine Hall This podcast was recorded on Wednesday November 21st, 2007 at Catherine’s […]

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Podcast #48 has been posted, with Gerd Ludwig

November 20, 2007

Photograph Courtesy of Gerd Ludwig “If you go and photograph a beggar, it makes a huge difference whether you stand in front of the beggar—the same thing is true for children—if you stand in front of them, and point your camera down, or whether you physically go down on your knees, and try and see […]

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Podcast #44 Goes Off The Hook, with 6 Top Women Wedding Photographers

October 17, 2007

Photograph © 2007 Kristin Reimer “Yes you do work your own hours. It’s called 24/7.” – Allegra “When I’m shooting, I’m a rock star. It’s when I get home and I’m downloading that I go, what the h*&$% is this?” – Kim Bednarski Today we’re doing something completely different. Welcome to a completely unscripted conversation […]

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Podcast #42 Posted, with Jay Maisel, Seth Resnick and Greg Gorman

October 16, 2007

Photograph © 2007 Jamie Smith “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” – Edgar Degas Welcome to what may be my very best conversation yet. Or at least the most fun and insightful. Sit down with Jay Maisel, Greg Gorman and Seth Resnick, as we have a long and rambling […]

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Podcast #40 Posted, with Chris Rainier

October 6, 2007

Photograph © Chris Rainier “It [being able to 'see and pre-visualize' in black and white] allowed me to speak of things that were beyond the color spectrum, beyond a certain reality, and go into what I like to call magical realism.” – Chris Rainier This podcast was recorded on Saturday October 6th, 2007 at National […]

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Podcast #41 Posted, with Steve McCurry

September 29, 2007

Photograph © 2007 George A. Jardine “Some of the great pictures, you just look at them and you marvel at them, for the subject matter and somehow they struck a chord in you. But it’s rarely about the technique. It’s not about the lens, or the film, or the light necessarily. It’s really just some […]

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Podcast #43 Posted, with Natalie Fobes

August 24, 2007

“I joke with my couples when they come in, and they look around my office studio, and they see pictures from the Exxon Valdez, or from the Salmon project, or Komoto Dragons walking down the beach in Indonesia, an I kind of joke with them and I say ‘those were my long term projects, but […]

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Podcast #39 Posted, with Pete Turner

August 9, 2007

Photo-illustration of Pete © 2006 George A. Jardine “People weren’t doing filters like this with color. They were afraid to do anything with color.” – Pete Turner This podcast was recorded on Thursday August 9th, 2007 in Wainscott, NY, in the home and studio of Pete Turner. Pete sits down with George to have a […]

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Podcast #38 Posted, with Bob Sacha

August 9, 2007

Photograph © 2007 George A. Jardine “I’ve always loved films, and I’ve always loved documentary films, partly because I love music, and I love sound. And so in a way I saw film as a way of combining what I knew from still photography with this idea of sound. Light, motion, moment, composition, those are […]

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