Interviews

Podcast #37 Posted, with Ed Kashi

August 7, 2007

This podcast was recorded on Tuesday August 7th, 2007 at Ed’s studio in Montclair, New Jersey. Ed sits down with George to have a conversation about his career, his passion and motivation for photojournalism, and telling stories that matter. Duration: 30:10 The podcast can be found on iTunes by searching under Podcasts for “Lightroom”. The […]

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Podcast #32 has been posted, with Eric Meola

May 22, 2007

“Up until this point, I have not been happy with digital, and the way it reproduces color. And part of that is just my own sensibility about it. I wasn’t realizing that it was there. Part of it is that I think the raw engines have gotten better. And part of it is that it […]

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Lightroom Podcast #35 has been posted, with Eric Scouten

April 26, 2007

Photograph © 2006 George Jardine A conversation with Eric Scouten from the Lightroom team. This podcast was recorded on Thursday, April 26th, 2007 at Adobe offices in Seattle, WA. Eric sits down with George to have a conversation about Lightroom 1.0, improvements in 1.1, about Eric’s photography, and how his personal methods of photo organization […]

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Lightroom Podcast #29 has been posted, with the Raw Engineering Team and Jeff Schewe

March 16, 2007

“We didn’t get local tone and color correction and that’s something Bruce Fraser had wanted, so I’m going to get Mark in a noogie and not let him out until we get a commitment for 2.0.” – Jeff Schewe This podcast was recorded on Friday March 16, 2007, at the home of Ruth and Thomas […]

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Podcast #26 has been posted, with Maggie Taylor and Jerry Uelsmann

December 20, 2006

Photograph of Jerry’s darkroom door by George “There is an inherent believability that photography has, and we’ve been conditioned from a very youthful age, to believe in images. So there is a wonderful sort of psychological dissonance that occurs when you’re seeing these images where all the detail is there, but the mystery remains, and […]

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Podcast #27 has been posted, with Maki Kawakita

December 15, 2006

Photographs © George A. Jardine This podcast was recorded on Friday December 15th, 2006, in New York City. In this podcast, Maki talks about how her background in Japanese dance and theater has inspired the dramatic look of her colorful fashion photography. Maki currently works and lives in New York City. She also shoots assignments […]

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Lightroom Podcast #28 has been posted, with Phil Clevenger, Grace Kim and Mark Hamburg

December 11, 2006

“I think pretty much any software has a personality, but a lot of times it’s something that one sort of stumbles into, and people don’t think about that as part of the design process. When I started the project, I wanted to do something that was more visually interesting, for example, than Photoshop, and tried […]

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Lightroom Podcast #24 has been posted, with Mark Hamburg, Zalman Stern and Thomas Knoll

December 6, 2006

“It’s a little bit of a different approach in that Lightroom tries very hard to have your workflow abstracted from where your image is landing.” – Zalman Stern This podcast was recorded Wednesday, December 6th 2006, at Adobe Systems Headquarters in San Jose, CA. Now that the raw controls in Lightroom’s develop module have finally […]

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Lightroom Podcast #25 has been posted, with Phil Clevenger and Mark Hamburg

November 27, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine “We started from a supposition of content being king, and we wanted to move the interface out of the way of the content. And that was a real rallying point when we all found a model for the UI, where we could dedicate up to 95% of the screen to […]

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Podcast #23 has been posted, with Richard Benson and Jay Maisel

October 30, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine “My background in relation to photography is to think about taking pictures apart, and assembling pictures in multiple steps or multiple layers, and that’s the kind of thinking I’ve applied to this.” – Richard Benson This podcast was recorded on Monday October 30th 2006, at Richard Benson’s home in Newport, […]

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