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In this interview with Adobe's Stephen Kilisky, we discuss the return of the full Adobe Production Studio to the Mac platform. The decision to bring applications such as Premiere Pro back to the Mac after a long hiatus is sure to cause many to reconsider their video and audio workflow, since it allows not only state-of-the-art implementation of technology, it also allows for a true cross-platform workflow. Recorded at the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco, in January 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 2/18/2007 (8:33)

In this interview with Microsoft's Sheridan Jones, we discuss the anniversary of the Microsoft Mac Business Unit, the announcement of a new Universal Binary version of Microsoft Office, and how Microsoft set about making it easier to use existing features in their products, since most of us can't seem to find those features when we need them! Recorded at the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco, in January 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 2/18/2007 (12:48)

In this interview with Quark's new President and CEO Ray Schiavone and Vice President Richard Pasewark, we discuss the state of desktop publishing, the challenges faced by Quark, and the impact of new technologies upon the desktop publishing workflow. Recorded at the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco, in January 2007 by Harris Fogel. Posted 2/18/2007 (15:40)

In this interview with Uwe and Bettina Steinmüller, founders of the Digital Outback Photo website, and O'Reilly Media/No Starch Press authors, we discuss the state of digital photography, the nature of collaborative work, and how they came to create a website that has had more then 5 million visitors! Recorded at the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco, in January 2007 by Harris Fogel.

Harris Fogel, Posted 2/18/07 (13:09)

Memory cards are everywhere, from digital cameras to cell phones. In this interview with Michael Ichwan of Ritek, makers of the RiDATA line of memory cards, we discuss the differences between different formats, and what to look for when buying cards for your digital camera. Confused by read/write speeds, then listen to this interview! Recorded at the PhotoPlus Expo Conference in New York City, in November 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 1/22/07 (6:48)

No one has more fun making, selling, or creating new bags then the folks at Crumpler Bags. Whether it's their "Beer for Bags" week in New York, or their irreverent catalogs, names, or website, everywhere you look the bags from down under are carrying computers, cameras, or helping messengers deliver their loads. In this interview with Lindsay Cousley of Crumpler Bags we learn about their product line, and how they manage to have so much fun at work! Recorded at the PhotoPlus Expo Conference in New York City, in November 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 12/25/2006 (8:50)

Katrin Eismann is the author of numerous books for Peachpit Press, New Riders, and O’Reilly Media on Photoshop and digital photography and the newly appointed Chair of the Master of Professional Studies in Digital Photography Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. In this interview we discuss subjects ranging from photo education in the digital age to Katrin's beginning as a best-selling author, to her current status as the Photoshop Diva! Recorded at the PhotoPlus Expo Conference in New York City, in November 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 12/25/2006 (17:57)

In this interview with Sony Electronic's Mark Weir we discuss their first digital SLR camera, the Sony α (alpha) A-100. The photography world was shocked at the 2006 decision by Konica/Minolta to exit the photography market. Their assets were purchased by Sony, and the new Alpha camera and system is the first result of that marriage. Building upon Minolta's respected image stabilization technology, and with lenses designed by Carl Zeiss, the new camera is a force to be reckoned with from a consumer electronics giant. Recorded at the PhotoPlus Expo Conference in New York City, in November 2006 by Harris Fogel.  (11:07)

Harris Fogel, posted 12/25/2006

Ever since the publication of Martin Parr's photographs of life in the British Isles in the early 1980s, Parr's keen observations of modern life have placed his photographs in the collections of museums, galleries, and publications, and influenced a new generation of color photographers. He has been very visible with recent exhibitions of his work at the Photokina Conference in Germany, and at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York, both of which were printed on the newest generation of HP "Z Series" printers. His recent books for Aperture and Phaidon have garned critical praise, and in this interview with Martin Parr, we discuss these topics and more. Recorded at the PhotoPlus Expo Conference in New York City, in November 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 12/25/2006 (15:40)

The recent introduction of a new class of printers from HP has taken the photography world by storm. The HPZ2100 and Z3100 are the first inkjet printers to combine state-of-the-art pigment print technology coupled with an integrated GretagMacbeth iOne colorimeter, clearly points the way to a new generation of printers, and may even shift the landscape of printing for digital photography. In this interview with Walt Sledzieski of HP we learn what led to the new printers, and the features that set them apart from the competition. Recorded at the PhotoPlus Expo Conference in New York City, in November 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 12/25/06 (8:24)

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