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Interview: Anne Geddes on photography and philanthropy

We recently had the opportunity to sit down with one of the most recognizable names in photography - Anne Geddes. In our interview, recorded in partnership with CreativeLive, DPR's Barney Britton talks with the photographer about how her career started, the transition from film to digital, and her efforts as a global advocate for children. See video

DPReview Live: Interview with Art Wolfe

As part of our DPReview Live event earlier this month, we sat down with renowned wildlife photographer Art Wolfe to ask him some questions about his work, vision and philosophy. With over sixty books published and a public television documentary series under his belt, Wolfe has plenty to offer on the subject of wildlife photography. See video

Photokina 2014: Fujifilm interview - 'Over the past few months I’ve been getting more confident'

DPReview attended the Photokina trade show last week in Cologne Germany, and as well as stand reports and hands-on looks at the major new products we also sat down with executives from several of the major camera manufacturers. In this interview, we speak to Toshihisa Iida, Senior Manager of Sales & Marketing in Fujifilm's Optical Device & Electronic Imaging products division. Click through to read more

Photokina 2014: Canon interview - Mirrorless 'in the very near future'

DPReview attended the Photokina trade show last week in Cologne Germany. As well as getting our hands on this season's newest photo gear we also sat down with executives from several major camera manufacturers. One of them was Masaya Maeda of Canon. Our time with Mr Maeda was brief, but in our conversation he shared reactions to the 7D Mark II, and explained that Canon is very serious about mirrorless, and is also committed to making higher-resolution sensors. Click through to read more

Photokina 2014: Sony interview - 'we still need to create more lenses'

At Photokina last week we sat down with Shigeki Ishizuka, the global head of Sony’s Imaging Business. As well as talking us through Sony's current Alpha strategy, Ishizuka-san also explained why the name 'NEX' was dropped and told us a little about how Sony's sensor business works. Click through for the full interview

Photokina 2014: Nikon interview - 'large-sensor mirrorless could be a solution'

When we visited Photokina last week in Germany we made time to sit down with senior executives from several camera manufacturers. Among them was Toshiaki Akagi, Department Manager in Nikon's 1st Designing Department. In our conversation we spoke about reaction to the D750, the legacy of the D600 oil problem and the potential for a large-sensor mirrorless camera from Nikon in the future. Click through to read the full interview

Photokina 2014 Video: The Fujifilm X100T

In our latest from-the-show-floor video, we visit the Fujifilm booth at Photokina 2014 to learn more about the Fujifilm X100T, the newest member of the company's ultra-premium compact camera family. See video

Photokina 2014 interview: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100

In this video from Photokina, Panasonic's Matt Frazer walks us through the features of the new Lumix DMC-LX100 compact camera. Matt also explains Panasonic's use of a multi-aspect four thirds sensor, discusses lens design and manufacture, and explains the camera's 4K video capabilities. See video

Interview: Canon's Chuck Westfall Discusses the 7D Mark II

Join us for a video interview with Canon's Chuck Westfall, Technical Advisor at Canon U.S.A.'s Professional Engineering and Solutions Division, in which he talks us through some of the features of the new EOS 7D Mark II DSLR, introduced this week at Photokina. 

Q&A with Lytro's CEO and founder on the Illum

Before the launch of Lytro's new Illum camera, we spoke with Lytro CEO Jason Rosenthal and Founder and Executive Chairman Ren Ng about the the new product, to find out what's been added and improved over the original Light Field Camera. Learn more

CP+ 2014 interviews: What we learned

Regular site visitors will have seen a series of interviews on dpreview over the past couple of weeks, during and after the CP+ show in Yokohama Japan. It's always interesting to speak to the people in charge of the companies that make the products we love and this year, what was most telling was the consistency of the themes that came out of our conversations. Click through for a distillation of the major themes that emerged from our CP+ interviews.

CP+ 2014 interviews: What we learned

We've published a series of interviews on dpreview over the past couple of weeks, during and after the CP+ show in Yokohama Japan. It’s always informative to speak to the people in charge of major companies, and in this article we've distilled some of the key messages from the major players.

CP+ 2014: Canon Interview - 'We don't see the smartphone as an enemy'
Recently, editor Barnaby Britton had the opportunity to interview senior figures at Canon Inc. on two occasions, in Japan. The first meetings were held in late 2013 at Canon's headquarters in Tokyo, and a follow-up interview was arranged at the recent CP+ show in Yokohama. Click through for more.
CP+ 2014: Olympus - 'our reason to exist is to push the envelope'

After the CP+ show in Yokohama closed last week, editor Barnaby Britton journeyed out to Olympus's design facility in Hachioji to speak to executives and engineers. Among the people he spoke to was Hirofumi Imano, Division Manager of Product Strategy. In a broad-ranging interview, Mr. Imano explained the company's strategies for competing in a tough market, the genesis of the OM-D line, opportunities in video and why he thinks Canon and Nikon might not be making high-end mirrorless cameras. 

CP+ 2014: Olympus interview - 'our reason to exist is to push the envelope'

After the CP+ show in Yokohama closed last week, editor Barnaby Britton journeyed out to Olympus's design facility in Hachioji to speak to executives and engineers. Among the people he spoke to was Hirofumi Imano division manager of product strategy.

Nikon D4s: CP+ Hands-on and interview

Nikon has officially launched its new flagship DSLR, the D4s. Offering a number of improvements over its predecessor the D4, the D4s features greater ISO sensitivity in stills and video mode, a new 60p video capture option and some minor design changes. At the recent CP+ show in Yokohama, Japan editor Barnaby Britton was able to sit down with the new camera and two of the men responsible for creating it. Click through for a hands-on tour of the D4s and insights from its creators. 

CP+ 2014: Nikon Interview - 'our cameras need to evolve'

The CP+ show in Yokohama Japan has just closed, but in between visits to the various booths we made time to sit down with four senior Nikon executives, to get their thoughts on the state of the market, future opportunities and what makes Nikon unique.

CP+ 2014: Fujifilm interview - 'the only way is to keep innovating'
We're at the CP+ show in Yokohama, Japan where Toshihisa Iida, senior sales and marketing manager at Fujifilm found time to sit down with editor Barnaby Britton to discuss a range of topics.
CP+ 2014: Sigma interview - 'we have survived because we make unique products'

We're at the CP+ show in Japan this week, where Editor Barnaby Britton sat down with Kazuto Yamaki, CEO of Sigma, for a chat about the dp2 Quattro, as well as the challenges of the modern photography industry and what it's like being the head of a family business.

Art Basel Interview with Leica VP of Marketing for the U.S.

Miami Street Photography Festival during Art Basel, Dec 2013 with VP of Marketing for the USA, Roland Wolff at the Leica VIP tent. Mr. Wolff discusses the Sinar purchase, S system and discusses how each camera is handmade which is reflected in the purchase price compared to mass produced cameras.

PPE 2013: Sony Interview - 'every six months I want to do something new'
Kimio Maki is something of a legend within Sony, and is considered the 'father' of several important products. These include the RX100 / II and RX1 / R, and also the new Alpha A7 and A7R We caught up with him at this year's Photo Plus Expo in New York.
Sensor size is what matters and the trend is for larger, says Aptina

Consumers need to think about sensor size rather than pixel count, says Aptina's Sandor Barna, because larger image sensors are likely to appear in all types of devices. Barna, the Vice President and General Manager of sensor maker Aptina's Consumer Camera Business Unit, spoke to us about the challenges facing compact cameras, the niche that will continue to exist for them, and hints that more large sensor compacts are on their way.

Hands-on with Nokia's Lumia 925 and exclusive interview with Nokia execs

Following Nokia's launch of the the Lumia 925 in London yesterday, we had a chance to get our hands on the new device, which features a camera with a 6-element lens, try it out and take some pictures. We also spoke to Juha Alarkuu, the head of Nokia's imaging department in Finland, and Samuli Hanninen, vice president of Software Program Management for Nokia, about the 925's new imaging technology and what it means for mobile photographers. Click through for the full story on connect.dpreview.com.

Pro DSLRs, Pro Photographers

We sat down with pro photographers Dean Rutz and John Lok to get their thoughts on using the Canon EOS 1D X and Nikon D4 cameras on their daily assignments. Hear what the pros think of these flagship DSLRs.

CP+ 2013: Casio Interview

Casio wants to make cameras that allow everyone to take better images, and that could mean large sensor compacts, says Jin Nakayama, Senior General Manager of its Camera Division. Its development strategy will distinguish it from smartphones while staying a step ahead of its camera rivals, he says.

CP+ 2013: Panasonic interview

CP+ 2013: Panasonic is considering which cameras it needs to appeal to the different demands for Micro Four Thirds. We spoke to Michiharu Uematsu and Yoshiyuki Inoue. They explain the challenges of making and marketing a high IQ compact and suggest the GH3 won't get focus peaking.

CP+ 2013: Interview with Olympus' Toshi Terada

The wait for the next generation of Four Thirds cameras may soon be over, says Olympus' Toshi Terada, Manager, Product Planning SLR products. He also discusses the role of the OM-D in popularizing mirrorless cameras in the USA and the future of compacts as smartphones become the cameras of choice.

CP+ 2013: Interview with Canon's Masaya Maeda

There will be a Canon EOS 70D but the future of semi-pro DSLRs is probably full-frame, says Masaya Maeda, Managing Director and Chief Executive, Image Communication Products Operations at Canon. However, while new concepts are needed to save the compact camera, larger sensors aren't the answer.

1" sensors could save the compact camera says Aptina's Sandor Barna

Following the announcement of its 1" sensor, we spoke to Aptina's Sandor Barna, who believes these larger sensors could save the compact camera by offering a leap in quality that smartphones can't compete with. Barna, the Vice President and General Manager of Aptina's Consumer Camera Business Unit, told us about the unfilled gap in the market that 1" sensors can address, explained the freedoms that the larger format gives the company's designers, and why this is currently best exemplified by a product it wasn't involved in: The Sony RX100.

Photokina 2012: Interview  - Dirk Jaspers of Nikon (Part 2)

When we spoke to Dirk Jasper, Nikon's Product Manager for Professional Products and Product Planning, at Photokina, we ended up having a pretty long conversation. In this interview - the second of two - we spoke to Dirk about Nikon's new Android camera, the S800c, and the development of the Nikon 1.

Photokina 2012: Interview - Stephan Schulz of Leica

The big lines at Leica's stand at this year's Photokina were for the new M and M-E rangefinders, but Leica also announced a new camera in its 'S' medium format line. Barnaby Britton caught up with Stephan Schulz, head of Professional Imaging at Leica, and asked him all about it.

Photokina 2012: Interview - Dirk Jasper of Nikon
Nikon has launched several new products this year, including the enthusiast-oriented D600. Barnaby Britton caught up with Dirk Jasper, product manager for professional imaging at Nikon Europe at Photkina, to find out what he thinks makes the D600 special, and get his opinion on the competition.
Photokina 2012: Interview -  Sun Hong Lim of Samsung

Barnaby Britton caught up with Samsung's VP of Sales and Marketing, Sun Hong Lim at the Samsung stand, who explained why the Galaxy Camera is so important to Samsung, and why the Korean manufacturer is confident that it's a leader - not a follower.

Photokina 2012: Interview - John Carlson of Pentax

Just before the opening of Photokina, Pentax it refreshed its popular K-5 DSLR, releasing two new models, the K-5 II and the K-5 IIS. Barnaby Britton caught up with John Carlson, Sr. Manager of Sales & Marketing at Pentax Imaging USA, at the show.

Photokina 2012 - Interview: Jesko von Oeynhausen of Leica

Photokina 2012 is proving a busy show for Leica, with two new M models, the 'M', which succeeds the M9, and the ME. Barnaby Britton caught up with M product manager Jesko von Oeynhausen at the Leica stand.

Mars rover camera project manager explains 2MP camera choice

A number of factors led to the use of 2MP sensors in the main imaging cameras used on NASA's Mars rover, Curiosity, says the project manager responsible for their development. The slow data rates available for broadcasting images back to Earth and the team's familiarity with that family of sensors played a part, says Malin Space Science Systems' Mike Ravine, but the biggest factor was the specifications being fixed as far back as 2004. Multi-shot panoramas will see the cameras deliver high-res images, he explains, but not the 3D movies Hollywood director James Cameron had wanted.

Nokia 808 Review: Damian Dinning of Nokia Responds

Following our recent review of the Nokia 808 PureView, Damian Dinning - Lead program manager of Imaging Experience at Nokia, wrote to us responding to some of the issues raised.

Wi-Fi and Samsung's 'Smart Camera Ecosystem'

Samsung has just announced three new Wi-Fi-equipped NX models - the NX20, NX210 and entry-level NX1000. We spent some time with Samsung in Korea prior to their announcement, and got an exclusive opportunity to ask senior executives about their vision for the future of the NX line.

Samsung looking ahead to carrier-subsidized 'connected cameras'

Dpreview is in Seoul, South Korea, with Samsung. Sunhong Lim - VP Sales & Marketing in Samsung's Digital Imaging division, spoke to us at length about his vision of Samsung's role in shaping the future of cameras as mobile communication devices.

'No Future in Photojournalism' Interview: Dan Chung

Respected photojournalist Dan Chung has been touring the world's trouble-spots for more than a decade, supplying images to newspapers and websites all over the globe. But although he made his name as a stills photographer, he has embraced video in a big way. We asked him why.

Interview: Tetsuya Yamamoto of Nikon

At this year’s International CES show in Las Vegas, we spoke to Tetsuya Yamamoto, General Manager of Nikon’s Development Headquarters within its Imaging Division. In a broad-ranging interview we discussed the market’s reaction to the 1 J1 and V1, and how the system might evolve in the future.

Adobe's Tom Hogarty talks about the extra features in the Lightroom 4 beta

We spoke to Tom Hogarty, Lightroom's Principal Product Manager, about the changes being previewed in the latest public beta of Adobe's processing workflow software. The beta version of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 introduces a wide range of additional functions, tight integration with a third-party vendor and significant changes to some fundamental image editing tools. Hogarty explains how these features came about, their impact on Lightroom users and what Adobe hopes to learn from user feedback during the beta process.

5 Interviews with Successful Architectural Photographers

The thing that impresses me most about good architectural photography is its ability to imbue inanimate subjects - buildings and other manmade structures - with a life and soul of their own. Five prof. photographers who specialize in architectural photography kindly agreed to give me interviews.

Video Interview: Chuck Westfall of Canon at PPE 2011

At the recent Photo Plus Expo show in New York we spoke to Chuck Westfall, Technical Adviser at Canon U.S.A's Pro Engineering and Technical Solutions division about the future of DSLRs and the recently-announced EOS-1DX in particular. The full-frame EOS-1DX is intended to satisfy the needs of photographer that want high speed, high resolution, and HD video. During our interview Chuck went into more detail about how the requirements of professional photographers are evolving, and what Canon is doing to address their needs.

GX1: Interview with Panasonic US's Darin Pepple

In advance of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 announcement, we conducted a brief video interview at the PhotoPlus Expo with Darin Pepple, Sr. Product Manager for Imaging at Panasonic who showed off a pre-production version of this much anticipated camera.

Canon EOS C300 launch: Interview with Larry Thorpe

Dpreview was at the Hollywood launch of the new Canon EOS C300, the first in Canon's new 'C' system interchangeable lens video cameras. During a packed evening we made some time to sit down with Larry Thorpe of Canon U.S.A. and asked him about the new camera, and what it means for videographers.

PPE Video Interview: Cristina Mittermeier
Just Posted: President of the International League of Conservation Photographers, Marine Biologist, Mother, and SONY Artisan of Imagery are just some of the roles photographer Cristina Mittermeier manages to fit into her busy schedule. Cristina took some time at the PDN Photoplus Expo last week to discuss her career, approach to her work, and recent projects.
Video Interview: Vincent Laforet
Just Posted: Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Vincent Laforet took some time to talk with us last week at PhotoPlus Expo. Vincent talks about the state of DSLR film-making in the three years since the launch of his Canon 5DMKII short film Reverie, the first of its kind to be shot in 1080p, and the changes he's seen in the photography industry and his own career as a result of the increasing quality in HD video capture.
All aboard the Carousel - Adobe talks us through its cross-platform sharing service

Adobe Senior Product Marketing Manager Chris Quek talks us through the company's Carousel cloud-based cross-platform image sharing and editing service.

Lytro Light Field Camera first look with Ren Ng

Lytro founder and CEO Dr. Ren Ng talks us through the company's Light Field Camera

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