11 to 20 of 152
September 11, 2008
Mine Kasapoglu photographed her first Olympics in 2002 at Salt Lake
City. She's been shooting them ever since, including this year in
Beijing where I caught up with her for this interview. Mine was first
introduced to Aperture at the 2006 Torino Olympics. Nobody really
knew about Aperture then, including Mine. But she was in great
photographic pain and gave it a try. Here's her story two years later.
tags: aperture, apple, photo editing, photographers
September 09, 2008
Sean Duggan is an art photographer, educator, and Photoshop expert.
He's recently teamed up with Katrin Eismann to publish The Creative
Digital Darkroom. In this interview Sean talks about his approach to
processing images and how to get the most out of digital capture.
tags: interview, photographers, photo editing, photoshop
August 26, 2008
The Kodak Picture of the Day has been an Olympic tradition for
decades now. While I was in Beijing, I had a chance to sit down with
Rich Connolly, Director of Olympic Operations for Kodak, to talk
about how the Picture of the Day came about, and the behind the
scenes process for its daily selection during the Games.
tags: aperture, interview, photographers, podcast
August 19, 2008
Aperture's previews are an important link to sharing your images with
the outside world. Previews are JPEG renderings of your processed Raw
files and, once generated, are easily accessible via other
applications and output methods. In this screencast, Derrick Story
shows you how to expertly manage your previews so you are always in
control of your images.
tags: photo editing, podcast, photo organizing
August 13, 2008
Vincent Versace, noted photographer, author, and photography instructor, sits down with Derrick Story to discuss the some of the larger philosophical questions that inform the photographic creative process during this video interview from Photoshop World Orlando.
August 05, 2008
PictureCode has released Noise Ninja for Aperture, and it's the
latest in the series of Edit Plugins that expand Aperture's image
editing abilities. In this podcast, Derrick Story talks with Joe
Schorr about Noise Ninja, and about the new plugins resource page on
Apple's web site.
tags: aperture, apple, noise reduction, photo editing
August 04, 2008
On August 4, Derrick Story is boarding a plane to Beijing to work in
the media center at the Summer Olympics. In addition to his job of
helping photographers get their images out to the world, he'll be
blogging, podcasting, and tweeting, not to mention capturing his own
Olympic images. In this interview, Dan Brodnitz asks Derrick how he's
preparing for this assignment.
tags: camera, interview, photographers, travel
July 31, 2008
In this video interview, Stephen Johnson talks about his seminal
work, On Digital Photography, the evolution of digital
cameras including how megapixels fit into that picture, and provides
some great advice on how to best display your work. It's a terrific
chat that I think you will enjoy.
, photo printing
July 29, 2008
Lift and Stamp in Aperture is a tremendous time saver when you want
to apply image adjustments or metadata to multiple images. In this
movie, Derrick Story shows you how to take advantage of this power,
plus a shortcut you can apply directly from the keyboard.
tags: aperture, metadata, photo editing, photo organizing
July 29, 2008
Lightroom 2 is brimming with enhancements for all its modules.
Derrick Story interviews Tom Hogarty and Frederick Johnson to find
out their favorite features in this latest release of Adobe's
comprehensive photo management application. Tom and Frederick share
plenty of insights and helpful tips to help you quickly get up to speed.
tags: lightroom, metadata, photo organizing, podcast
11 to 20 of 152