Interviews

Podcast #22 has been posted, with Richard Benson and Thomas Palmer

October 30, 2006

“The thing a painter does is fundamentally different than what a photographer does. A painter goes and puts a mark somewhere, and looks at what the mark has done, and that tells the painter what the next mark should be. And that’s what Thomas and I had been doing printing. We had been putting down […]

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Podcast #13 has been posted, with Derrick Story

August 9, 2006

Photograph © Mikkel Aaland Derrick sums up what we learned on the Adobe Lightroom Iceland Adventure project, from the San Francisco office of Adobe Systems. This podcast was recorded Wednesday, August 9th 2006, in San Fransicso, California. Derrick talks about the thinking behind the Iceland Adventure project, and the idea of “total immersion” for a […]

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Podcast #17 has been posted, with Richard Morgenstein

August 5, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine “The wide open spaces are mind-boggling, and incredibly freeing…. I like this space. This space is just big.” – Richard Morgenstein Richard talks about the weather in Iceland, the roads, and the “space” he’s found here in Iceland. He walks us through everything from the big views to the small […]

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Podcast #14 has been posted, with Martin Sundberg

August 5, 2006

Photograph © Richard Morgenstein Martin talks us through his favorite photos taken during the Adobe Lightroom Iceland Adventure project, from the Radisson Hotel in Reykjavik, Iceland. This podcast was recorded Saturday, August 5th 2006. Martin talks about the photographs he’s captured here in Iceland, and how his expectation for what he would encounter was a […]

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Podcast #12 Posted, with Mikkel Aaland

August 5, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine Mikkel discusses the Adobe Lightroom Iceland Adventure project, from the Radisson hotel in Raykjavik on the final morning of the trip. This podcast was recorded Saturday, August 5th 2006, in Raykjavik, Iceland. Now that the Adventure is drawing to a close, Mikkel reflects back on the genesis of the project […]

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Podcast #15 has been posted, with John Isaac

August 4, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine John talks through his favorite photos taken during the Adobe Lightroom Iceland Adventure project, from Nesbud, Iceland. This podcast was recorded Friday, August 4th 2006. John talks about how Iceland was still a rare treat, after photographing in over 100 countries during his illustrious career as a photographer with the […]

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Podcast #18 has been posted, with Maggie Hallahan

August 2, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine “It’s always light, we’re always shooting, it’s catnaps two or three hours here, two or three hours there, so it’s all merging together. It’s a different kind of rhythm.” – Maggie Hallahan San Francisco photographer Maggie Hallahan talks about her personal technique for approaching candids while shooting in another country, […]

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Podcast #11 Posted, with Michael Reichmann and Bill Atkinson

August 1, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine These two very accomplished photographers shed some light on the spectacular environment for photography here in Iceland. This podcast was recorded Tuesday, August 1st 2006, in Nesbud, Iceland. Michael and Bill are interviewed as part of a group of 12 photographers that are here to work with the Adobe Lightroom […]

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Podcast #21 has been posted, with Nevada Wier

May 5, 2006

Photograph © Michael Clark “I’m looking to expand a photographic vision, beyond the obvious, into the edge of light, into the edge of seeing, in a way into the edge of my imagination. Because intuition and imagination are such a big part of photography.” – Nevada Wier This podcast was recorded on Friday May 5th […]

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Podcast #20 has been posted, with Michael Clark

May 5, 2006

Photograph © George A. Jardine “I’m a climber, and you kind of have to be to photograph the rock climbing, because you have to have the skills to get above the climber, to get in position with them, and to hang out with them on these big walls so that you’re comfortable.” – Michael Clark […]

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