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.
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: