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For the past 100 years much of the world market for the base of photography papers were all made by one firm, Felix Schoeller of Germany, and today they have two-thirds of the market! In this interview with Michael Szidat, of Felix Schoeller we learn of the changes in the paper industry as photography enters the digital age, but don't worry if you never heard of them, because while they create the paper bases for paper that might just come in Yellow, Greeen, Orange and other colored boxes, their name is never on the package. In the past, manufacturers coated their own light sensitive silver emulsions on the paper supplied by Felix Schoeller, but as any good OEM manufacturer would tell you, it's all behind the scenes! Recorded at the Photokina Conference in Köln, Germany, in October 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 11/26/06 (15:31)

An interview with master digital printer Jack Duganne, who began printing for Graham Nash, and who coined the term “Giclée,” and later founded Duganne Atellier. If you ever wondered where fine-art digital printmaking began, then listen to this interview. Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel. (28:01)

Harris Fogel, Posted 11/5/06

An interview O’Reilly Media Author Deke McClelland on Photoshop Elements, InDesign CS2, and his new training videos on Lynda.com. Deke is a member of the Photoshop Hall of Fame, and is the author of more then 80 books and videos. Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/31/06 (12:37)

Since 1914, for many photographers one name was synonymous with photography, and that was Leica. The original UR-Leica was invented by Oskar Barnack, and used a new film format for still photography, 35mm. The name Leica was derived from Ernst "LEItz CAmera," which became Leica. How would one of the most prestigious names in photography, creators of the camera used by many of the greatest photographers, grapple with the digital onslaught? With the Leica M8, and in this interview with Gero Furchheim of Leica Camera, AG, we learn about their newest addition to their storied line of cameras.  Recorded at the Photokina Conference in Köln, Germany, in October 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/28/06 (12:38)

Two million devoted users of the fun, wacky, and creative cameras known throughout the world as Lomos can't be wrong! While Photokina is the worlds largest photography conference, with over 160,000 visitors, held once every two years in Köln, Germany, Photokina is well known for introducing the cutting edge of photographic technology and in this interview with Wolfgang Stranzinger, President of the Lomographic Society International, we learn how low-tech analog photography is saving the day! Recorded at the Photokina Conference in Köln, Germany, in October 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/26/2006 (7:54)

For the past 160 years, light sensitive silver was the standard for creating photographs, and although it seems like traditional black and white photographic processes are dead, for fine artists, nothing could be further from the truth. Ilford is one of the most respected names in photographic paper, film, and chemicals and in this interview with Harman Technology's Eric Luden, makers of the famed Ilford brand line of photo materials, we discuss the current state of traditional photo technologies, as well as their groundbreaking new fiber based photo paper for digital printers. Recorded at the Photokina Conference in Köln, Germany, in October 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/26/06 (9:09)

An interview with Wiley author and educator Taz Tally, whose latest book is Photoshop CS2 Before & After Makeovers. Taz Tally is a legendary prepress master, and in this interview we discuss the common pitfalls that await folks who don't pay attention to prepress issues, and offer tips for avoiding the output blues. Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/11/06 (11:37)

DAM! Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Digital Asset Management! An interview with O'Reilly Media Author Peter Krogh, author of the DAM BOOK on making sure you can find your photos when you need them. Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/10/2006 (23:09)

An interview with Peachpit Press Author Richard Harrington on writing a book to help teach Photoshop. Rich brings years of teaching experience, expertise with motion graphics, and a longing for the perfect book to teach Photoshop with, and wrote "Understanding Adobe Photoshop: Digital Image Concepts and Techniques" Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/9/2006 (10:06)

An interview with David Sparer from Canon on their new line of digital inkjet printers that push the color gamut that limit previous printer designs. Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel. Posted 10/9/2006 (11:19)

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