Articles tagged "interview"

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'Above Bellingham' soars from bay to Mount Baker

Visual journalist Kjell Redal tells us how Vimeo staff pick videos inspired him to capture the beauty of his hometown from a different vantage point.

Pete Souza talks about life as a presidential photographer

Photojournalist Pete Souza served as the presidential photographer for both Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. In an interview with fellow photographer Marcia Nighswander, he discusses several of his most noteworthy images.

Interview: Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas on why print matters

The pervasive nature of our digital world makes photos books and zines all the more powerful.

Lindsay Adler discusses the evolution of her photographic style

Adobe is kicking off a new YouTube series of interviews with creatives of all kinds by talking with portrait photographer Lindsay Adler.

'That article was more like gossip' Panasonic's head of cameras talks downsizing, GH5 and the 8K era

Yosuke Yamane, the Director of Panasonic’s imaging business speaks to us about the GH5, the promise of 8K, reports of downsizing and why we haven’t seen on-sensor phase detection in one of the company’s cameras. Read more

Interview: Photographing Appalachia post-election

Photographer Nancy Andrews is working toward a vision of Appalachia that breaks free of the poverty-focused visuals that have dominated the news.

SmugMug Films: The journey from food to photography

SmugMug Films just released its newest production, an inspirational film profiling acclaimed food photographer Eric Wolfinger. Eric recently met with DPReview to talk about how he turned his passion for food and travel into a career in photography. Read the interview

Sony interview: 'Our focus is to increase the overall market'

Sony made news recently when it announced it had taken over the #2 spot in full-frame ILC market share. Tech editor Rishi recently chatted with Sony execs about innovation, the future of the camera market and Sony's place in it. Read more

Blue Earth Alliance: Collaboration is key for photography that makes a difference

Natalie Fobes, a veteran photojournalist and Seattle-based photographer, helped found Blue Earth Alliance almost 22 years ago. We spoke to her recently about Blue Earth Alliance's mission to help photographers and filmmakers create positive change. Read more

CP+ 2017: Olympus interview: 'We chose to be bold'

During this year's CP+ show in Yokohama, we made time to sit down with senior executives from several major manufacturers. One of them was Mr. Masamichi Handa, head of Olympus's Imaging Business Division. Read more

CP+ 2017 - Sony interview: 'We need to offer new imaging experiences'

Earlier this year, we traveled to the CP+ trade show in Yokohama, Japan and at the show, we talked to Yasuyuki Nagata of Sony. Read our interview

Behind the scenes: An interview with the heads of Canon's L lens factory

We interviewed the gentlemen who oversee operations and development at Canon's Utsunomiya lens factory, the birth place of all L glass. Read more

CP+ 2017 Canon interview: 'We want to be number one in the overall ILC market'

We had a chance to catch up with Canon at CP+ in Japan, to discuss the company's current state of affairs as well as plans for the future. Read more

 

CP+ 2017 - Sigma interview: 'We’ve learned that some customers require exceptional lens performance'

Sigma released four lenses at this year's CP+ in Yokohama. We're at the show, where we made time to sit down with Kazuto Yamaki, CEO of Sigma, to find our more about the new products. Read our interview

CP+ 2017 - Fujifilm Interview: 'We hope that the GFX will change how people view medium format'

We're at the CP+ 2017 show, in Yokohama Japan where Fujifilm is preparing to ship its long-awaited medium format GFX 50S. We sat down with three Fujifilm executives to learn more about the GFX, and future plans for the GX and X mount product lines. Read more

Exclusive interview: Olympus R&D on continued E-M1 Mark II development

Olympus recently detailed for us some updates it's working on for its flagship OM-D E-M1 II, as well as some surprising insights about its current headline capabilities. Read more

Interview: Fujifilm talks GFX, X100F and getting serious about video

The launch of the GFX 50S gave us a chance to speak to Makoto Oishi and his colleagues about Fujifilm's latest cameras, its customers and its future plans. Read more

DPReview asks: who would you want to shoot your portrait?

We sat down with ten well-known photographers and asked a simple question: "Who would you want to shoot your portrait?" Some of the answers may surprise you. See video

NYC Dance Project: How two photographers capture the beauty in movement

New York-based photographers Deborah Ory and Ken Browar started their project with one simple objective: to make photographs of ballet dancers to decorate their daughter's bedroom. Read more

DPReview Asks: What was your first camera?

We recently asked ten well-known photographers a simple question: "What was your first camera?" Some of the answers may surprise you. See video

'It's about sharing your beautiful experience': Nikon Photokina interview

Photokina 2016 gave us a chance to speak to Nikon about the models it's showing, where the market is going and the challenges it faces. Read more

The range of light: what made one of Ansel's most famous books so special

Marc Silber continues his video series with Ansel Adam's son Michael. He discusses Ansel's book 'The Range of Light', his thoughts on developing your skill set and more. Check out the complete interview. See video

'I don’t use my camera as my memory': we interview Graham Nash

From Lancashire to California, Graham Nash's journey has been a long and winding one, both as a musician and a photographer. Read more

Photokina 2016: Fujifilm Interview

Fujifilm chose last month's Photokina tradeshow as the venue to launch its new flagship mirrorless camera, the medium-format GFX 50S. At the show, we sat down with top executives to learn more about it. Read more

Photokina 2016 interview: Victor Hasselblad would be proud

Hasselblad's stand at Photokina included a range of interesting products, from the mirrorless medium-format X1D to the V1D concept camera. Product manager Ove Bengtsson spoke to us these and about mistakes the company has made along with way. Read more

Photokina 2016 interview: Ricoh aims for visual revolution

'Visual Revolution' is the concept that links Ricoh’s Theta 360 degree camera to its Pentax K-1 DSLR, the company says. And the arrival of competition only serves to grow the markets on which it's focusing. Read more

Photokina 2016: Talking medium format mirrorless with Fujifilm

Fujifilm's GFX 50S is getting a lot of attention at this year's Photokina tradeshow. We sat down with Toshihisa Iida, of Fujifilm to learn more about the new camera. Read more

Interview: Landscape photography master Charlie Waite

As the deadline for the 2016 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year Award approaches, we spoke to founder Charlie Waite about his life and career, and his hopes for the contest. Learn more

'Ansel made photographs, he didn't take them': Jeanne Adams interview

Ansel Adams' name is synonymous with landscape photography, but a new interview with Adams' daughter-in-law Jeanne reveals more about a lesser known side of his work. Read more

Exclusive interview: Behind the scenes with Canon at the Rio Olympics

As sports fans around the world get ready for the opening of the 2016 Rio Olympics, Canon's Professional Services team are preparing too – and in a big way. Read more

Interview: Celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart speaks to us about The Purpose Hotel

Jeremy Cowart is a successful commercial and editorial photographer, who has taken pictures of some of the world's biggest celebrities. So why is he getting into the hotel business? Read more

'Our goal is to satisfy everyone': an interview with Fujifilm execs

Following the launch of the Fujifilm X-T2 last week, we sat down with senior executives from Fujifilm to talk about the new camera, Fujifilm's plans for lenses, and why the company is putting a lot of energy into video. Read more

Interview: "The best image as fast as possible" – Motorola's approach to smartphone imaging

With the Moto G Plus and Moto Z series Motorola has launched a range of devices that take camera capabilities seriously. We had the chance to speak to three of its principal imaging engineers to find out more about the company's plans for mobile imaging. Read more

Mirrorless is 'probably' the future: an interview with Hasselblad Product Manager Ove Bengtson

After the announcement of the Hasselblad X1D in Gothenburg last week we got some time with product manager Ove Bengtson. He explained in more depth some of the X1D's features and technology, and a little of the company's plans for the future. Read more

CP+ 2016: Nikon interview - 'the D500 is the D300S replacement that customers wanted'

DPReview was in Yokohama, Japan last month for the annual CP+ photography show. As well as reporting from the show floor, we also made time to sit down with senior executives from several of the major manufacturers, including Nikon. We spoke to Nikon about the company's new DL-series compact cameras, the D500 and D5 and the future of the 1 System. Read more

Emmanuel Lubezki: 'Digital gave me something I could never have done on film'

On Feb. 28 Emmanuel Lubezki won his third consecutive Oscar for Best Cinematography for The Revenant. Lubezki, known for creating immersive cinematic experiences, joined DPReview editors Dale Baskin and Rishi Sanyal to discuss a variety of photographic topics ranging from the artistic to the technical. Read more

CP+ Canon interview: 'important to increase development speed'

As well as reporting on the newest gear, we used the opportunity of visiting the CP+ show in Japan to sit down and talk to senior executives from the major camera and lens manufacturers. This year, we were fortunate enough to spend some time with Mr Go Tokura of Canon. Read more

'We want to make lenses that can be used forever': Sony engineer discusses G Master lenses

'We want to make lenses that can be used forever,' says a senior engineer of Sony's new G master lenses. At the launch of the ‘G Master’ range of high end lenses, we spoke to Motoyuki Ohtake, Distinguished Engineer in Sony’s Lens Design Department about the process and the philosophy behind the latest lenses. Read the interview

Going Pro: We interview Fujifilm execs in Tokyo

Last week, Fujifilm announced several new products including two major new cameras - the X-Pro2 and X70. DPReview was at the launch event in Tokyo where we made time to sit down with two senior Fujifilm executives - Mr. Toru Takahashi and Toshihisa Iida. As well as the new cameras, we also spoke about Fujifilm's long-term ambitions, which cameras sell best in which countries and Samsung's apparent exit from the camera market. Read more

Behind the Camera: Sue Bryce's contemporary portraiture

If there's been a theme to Sue Bryce's career, it might be one of evolution. She started making portraits when she was 18 with a Hasselblad film camera, and with grit and sheer determination she built and marketed her own business. We sat down with her recently to learn more about her work and history in contemporary portraiture. Read more

PIX 2015: A conversation with Devin Allen

When Devin Allen says that photography saved his life, he means it in a real sense. He describes himself as 'the oddball walking around with a camera' in his home of West Baltimore. Now a 26-year-old amateur photographer with aspirations to make a career out of his work, he has become a viral sensation. Read more

Behind the Camera: A conversation with Peter Hurley

Peter Hurley wasn't always a noted portrait photographer with a great head of hair - before he ever picked up a camera he was a bartender, actor and model. With encouragement from Bruce Weber he purchased a camera and lens and the rest is history. Ever the engaging storyteller, Hurley takes us through the beginnings of his career and how he learned to stand out in a crowded field. Read more

PIX 2015: Interview with Colby Brown

Photographer Colby Brown has traveled the world to create iconic images. In this interview from PIX 2015 he talks about his career in photography as well as The Giving Lens, a humanitarian project he founded to blend photo education with sustainable development. Read more

PIX 2015: An interview with Joe McNally

Joe McNally took a photography course as a requirement for his journalism program at Syracuse University. Though his intent at the time was to become a writer, when he picked up a camera he knew immediately things were about to change for him. Read more

Behind the camera: Beauty photographer Lindsay Adler

Lindsay Adler started her career as a portrait photographer very early. As a teenager, she took her classmates' senior portraits, and later found that shooting portraits through each summer during college would help offset the costs of the school year. She's now an author, educator and a leading fashion and studio photographer based in New York. We sat down with her recently to find out more about her early career, success and her evolving views on her own so-called 'failures.' Read more

PPE 2015: Interview with portrait photographer Victoria Will

Trained as a photojournalist, Victoria Will found herself gravitating toward portraiture as she honed her skills at the New York Post. She's now known for her celebrity portraits, including a series of tintype portraits created at the Sundance Film Festival. We sat down with her at PPE 2015 to learn more about what led her to where she is now and how she connects with her subjects. Read more

Talking photography: PhotoPlus Expo 2015 interview with John Keatley

Each fall, PhotoPlus Expo brings together some of the top working photographers and industry experts under one roof. We took the opportunity to sit down with some of these pros and have a conversation about what they do, what inspires them and gather some insights on their specialties. Kicking off the series, we talked to fellow Seattle-ite John Keatley about his work in portraiture. Read more

Countdown to PIX 2015: Submit your questions for attorney Bert Krages

Attorney at Law Bert Krages specializes in issues of intellectual property for photographers and artists. We'll be speaking to him at PIX in a few days, and now is your chance to have a say in the conversation. Read more

Q&A: Gearing up for the National Football League with sports photographer Otto Greule

As the National Football League season sweeps in, sports photographers across the United States take to the stadiums to create iconic images. In a Q&A below, veteran sports photographer Otto Greule shares insider knowledge & outstanding imagery to give insight into his fast-paced, visual craft.

Interview: Hasselblad to re-visit core values and aim for a wider market, says CEO Perry Oosting

At Photokina 2012, it felt as though Hasselblad was having a very public identity crisis. The company's foray into new product categories, via a relationship with Sony and an Italian design house, was not universally well received. We spoke with Hasselblad's new CEO, Perry Oosting, who assures us that the company will concentrate on re-connecting with the core values of the brand. Read more

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