Podcast #32: Eric Meola

Podcast Uncategorized

George Jardine has posted Podcast #32 through his Blog. This Podcast features Eric Meola as George’s guest.

“Up until this point, I have not been happy with digital, and the way it reproduces color. And part of that is just my own sensibility about it. I wasn’t realizing that it was there. Part of it is that I think the raw engines have gotten better. And part of it is that it is a different palette. And if you’re used to shooting in film, it’s going to look different. I can’t always quantify it, and up until recently I’ve felt that film was probably better at reproducing certain things, in maybe 30 – 40% of the time. And that’s kept going down, the more digital I shoot, and as more time goes by.” – Eric Meola

This podcast was recorded on Tuesday May 22th, 2007 in New York City. Eric sits down with George to have a conversation about his photography, his passion for color, and how he approaches the challenge of making authentic photographs when working in indigenous cultures.

Duration: 47:54

The podcast can be downloaded from George’s iDisk. This podcast is labeled “20070522 Podcast – Eric Meola” in the Public directory.

Or, it can be found on iTunes by searching under Podcasts for “Lightroom”. The RSS feed is:

http://rss.adobe.com/www/special/light_room.rss

1 thought on “Podcast #32: Eric Meola

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *