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General Electric is one of the best known brands in the world, with one of the highest approval ratings. So why did they decide to enter the world of digital photography? In this interview with Rene Buhay, we learn how the landscape of consumer digital photography changed overnight with GE’s decision to grant a license to market GE branded cameras to General Imaging and in the process becoming a player in what seems like an already crowded field. For a review of the G1 Digital Camera by Regina Barthmaier, go here. Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 7/30/2007 (7:06)

No one is busier than today's women, and with an average of 1,000 digital photos on their hard drives, they are often the "Photo Ambassadors" for their families. In this interview with Laura Oles, author of "Digital Photography For Busy Women," we learn some tips to help keep things under control for women who are already being pulled in every direction at once! Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/12/2007 (7:21)

One of the most important steps in working with digital imaging is calibrating your monitor. The lowest priced, smallest unit we have seen is the lipstick sized Pantone Huey. In this interview with Pantone's Andy Hatkoff we discuss if the Huey is for you! Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/12/2007 (7:56)

One of the most original and unique graphics applications is Corel Painter X. Over the years it has introduced numerous new technologies, all aimed at creating a natural painting, sketching, and drawing environment, with a strong worldwide following. In this interview with Rick Champagne of Corel, we talk about the upgrade to their flagship graphics application, Painter X, now Universal Binary for the Mac! Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/12/2007 (9:35)

Derrick Story is the Digital Media Evangelist for O'Reilly Media, and in this interview we discuss what's new and what's not at PMA 2007. We also discuss comparison tests of Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture, and Derrick's insights into the state of photography!  Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/12/2007 (10:29)

Whether it was pioneering dust-reduction for DSLRs, or the innovative Four Thirds format for digital imaging, Olympus has a long history for introducing new technologies and with the introduction of the new EVOLT E-410, EVOLT E-510 DSLRs, the amazing the SP-550 UZ with its 18x optical zoom lens, or the almost indestructible Stylus 770 SW, Olympus wowed the judges and picked up three DIMA awards for 2007. Listen in as Sally Smith Clemens of Olympus discusses their new products and the trends she sees in the industry. Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/10/2007 (13:06)

One of the amazing advantages of digital imaging is the ability to capture accurate color under varying lighting conditions and sources, but tools like the ExpoDisc make it even easier. In this interview with Erik Sowder of ExpoImaging, we learn how his grandfather inspired the creation of the ExpoDisc and more! Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/10/2007 (8:49)

When PC users need affordable yet state-of-the-art video editing and DVD mastering technology they have long turned to Ulead, now owned by Corel. In this discussion with Dwight Jurling of Ulead/Corel we discuss their latest offerings, including DVD Factory 6. Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/10/07 (5:35)

This year Canon celebrates its 70th anniversary as a company, and the 20th anniversary of the EOS system. Chuck Westfall of Canon discusses the events and journey that Canon has taken over the years, and the decisions that led to the introduction of the EOS system which took the photo world by storm. He also describes the updates to their flagship camera, the EOS 1D-Mark III DSLR, which can shoot 10 frames per second, at 10.1 megapixels! Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/10/2007 (17:26)

Driven to understand how and why photographs were fading, Henry Wilhelm has devoted his life fighting to make image permanence a visible topic to the industry, consumers, conservators, and artists. In this interview with Henry Wilhelm and Carol Brower Wilhelm of the Wilhelm Imaging Institute we discuss his PDMA Lifetime Achievement Award, the state of digital printing, and his concerns about the status of digital data. Recorded at the Photo Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, in March 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 6/10/2007 (35:26)

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