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Interview – Bryan O'Neil Hughes – Adobe's Mobile Direction – Photoshop World 2016

In this extended interview with Bryan O'Neil Hughes of Adobe, we discuss Adobe's initiatives toward mobile photography and production work. With an expanded set of apps, the Creative Cloud, and more interactivty between apps, the barriers between workflows have been ereased. Listen in to learn more! Recorded by Harris Fogel, at Photoshop World 2016, at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas. (32:37)

Harris Fogel, posted 8/26/2016

 

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Interview – Mary Engel and Grayson Dantzic discuss APAG (American Photography Archives Group) and the second annual APAG Conference held at I.C.P. in New York City

In this interview with Mary Engel and Executive Vice President Grayson Dantzic we discuss the creation of APAG, and the 2nd Annual APAG Conference in New York, held at the International Center of Photography, in September 2015. The American Photography Archives Group (APAG) is an organization created by President and Founder Mary Engel, the daughter of Ruth Orkin and Morris Engel. The primary mission of APAG has been to offer a forum for living artists and guardians of archives to come together to discuss and learn about all aspects of archive management. If you are interested in photography, estate planning for artists, and preserving photography archives, listen in! Recorded at the International Center of Photography in New York City, in September 2015 by Harris Fogel.

Harris Fogel, Posted 2/7/2016 (14:34)

 

Interview – Light L16 Camera – CES 2016

As exciting as new digital photographic equipment is, most of it isn’t that different then the cameras of Nicéphore Niépce, Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, and William Henry Fox Talbot. They all featured a single lens, and light sensitive material at the focal plane. For all their technical wizardry, the vast majority of digital cameras are the same, except for a digital sensor in place of light sensitive metal, glass, paper, or film. The new Light L16 camera is a radical departure that could shake the foundations of current camera design. In this extended interview with Co-Founder & CEO Dave Grannan, and Co-Founder & CTO Dr. Rajiv Laroia, we learn the story of this remarkable new technology. Recorded at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show by Harris Fogel and John Mulhern III.

Harris Fogel and John Mulhern III, Posted 1/30/2016 (37:06)

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Interview – Mary Engel and Penelope Dixon Discuss APAG (American Photography Archives Group) and first ever APAG Conference held at I.C.P. in New York City

In this interview with Mary Engel and Penelope Dixon we discuss the creation of APAG, and the APAG Conference in New York, held at the International Center of Photography, during Fall 2014. The American Photography Archives Group (APAG) is an organization founded, and run by, Mary Engel, daughter of Ruth Orkin and Morris Engel. The primary mission of APAG has been to offer a forum for living artists and guardians of archives to come together to discuss and learn about all aspects of archive management. If you are interested in photography, estate planning for artists, and preserving photography archives, listen in! Recorded at the International Center of Photography in New York City, in September 2014 by Harris Fogel.

Harris Fogel, Posted 1/31/2015 (20:40)

Chris Walker and Andrew Jones of Pioneer discuss their new Dolby Atmos Product Line, CEA Show, NYC 2014

In this interview with Chris Walker and speaker design guru Andrew Jones of Pioneer, we discuss the new Pioneer initiatives of the new Dolby Atmos audio system that adds to the conventional surround sound experience by adding ceiling mounted speaker audio sources, without having to actually mount speakers in your ceiling. Recorded at the Consumer Electronics Association (C.E.A.) Show in New York City, in June 2014 by Harris Fogel.

Harris Fogel, with editorial assistance by Frank Schramm, Posted 7/19/2014 (17:54)

A.I.P.A.D. President and Photography Gallery Owner Catherine Edelman on the Importance of the A.I.P.A.D. Photography Show, NYC 2014

In this interview with Catherine Edelman, the President of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers and founder of the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago, Edelman discusses the history and importance of The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (A.I.P.A.D.) Photography Show held in New York City each spring. Imagine visiting many of the best photography galleries in the world in one room, in one location, and you have AIPAD! Recorded at the AIPAD Photography Show in New York, in April 2014 by Harris Fogel.

Harris Fogel, with editorial assistance by Frank Schramm, Posted 7/14/2014 (17:31)

David Tobie & David Saffir of Datacolor Discuss Calibrating your iPad & Trends in Color Management – PhotoPlus Expo 2013

David Tobie and David Saffir are dedicated to helping photographers, videographers, artists, and consumer to understand the world of color management. To many of us Color Management Systems (CMS) seem like a mysterious and dark science, but that is no longer the case. With easy to use tools like the Datacolor Spyder 4 series, or their SpyderCUBE and SpyderCHECKR digital image capture tools, since 1970 Datacolor has made calibrating, profiling, and setting white balance. In this interview with the two David’s of color management we discuss Datacolor's unique approach to calibrating your iPad, how to create a preset to calibrate your camera and adjust for lighting conditions, and more. If you are interested in better, more reliable color on your system, then don’t miss this interview! Recorded during the PhotoPlus Expo Conference held at Javitz Center in New York City. (13:54)

Harris Fogel, Posted 12/8/2013

Steve Cooper of Smith Micro on the Poser Community! – Siggraph/ACM, Vancouver, British Columbia

Steve Cooper of Smith Micro is the product manager for Poser. Years ago Larry Weinberg was working as an animator in Los Angeles and looking for a good digital mannequin. When he found that one didn't exist, he created Poser, one of the most popular 3D programs in use today. Easy to use, easy to export, Poser has legions of fans around the world! In this interview with Steve Cooper of Smith Micro we discuss recent advancements to Poser in its various iterations. If you are interested in 3D, then don't miss this interview or the upcoming Siggraph Conference! Recorded at the Siggraph/ACM Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. 

Harris Fogel & Nancy Burlan, Posted 7/19/2012 (15:46)

 

Conference Chair Peter Braccio on why Siggraph/ACM should be part of your life. Graphics, CGI, Animation, Game Design, and more! Siggraph Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia

Peter Braccio was the Conference Chair for the 2011 Siggraph/ACM conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. In this interview Masson discusses how he came to chair the annual Siggraph conference and his thoughts on the theme of the "Make it Home," the first ever Siggraph conference outside of the U.S., and the upcoming 2012 conference in Los Angeles, California. Siggraph is one of the world's most prestigious conferences for the intersection of art, science, and technology, and the role of chair allows for one's vision of the organization and conference goals to become reality. If you are interested in game design, animation, CGI, and interactivity, then don't miss this interview or the upcoming Siggraph Conference! Recorded at the Siggraph/ACM Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.  (10:13)

Harris Fogel & Nancy Burlan, Posted 6/26/2012

Alex Grossman of Active Storage discuss how Apple’s decision to drop support for the X-Serve led to the creation of their company and much more! – Storage Vision Conference, Las Vegas
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Alex Grossman of Active Storage discusses how Apple's decision to drop support for the X-Serve led to the creation of their company. Wonder what you would do if you were committed to enterprise level storage on the Mac platform, and you worked for Apple, and the company decides to exit that market? If you are Alex Grossman and colleagues you leave Apple and start a company to begin where Apple left off. In this in-depth interview we discuss all this and more! Mac Edition Radio's own John Mulhern III discusses the server and storage landscape from the point-of-view of academia. Listen in to discover how Active Storage has flourished with its line of hardware and software solutions. Recorded at the Storage Vision Conference in Las Vegas.  (27:15)

Harris Fogel & John Mulhern III, edited by Nancy Burlan, Posted 6/24/2012 

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