Dec 5, 2006

Lightroom Podcast Episode 23 Posted

George Jardine by Jeff Schewe

George Jardine, Pro Photography Evangelist of Adobe has posted a new Adobe Lightroom iTunes Podcast with Richard Benson and Jay Maisel.

“My background in relation to photography is to think about taking pictures apart, and assembling pictures in multiple steps or multiple layers, and that’s the kind of thinking I’ve applied to this.” – Richard Benson


This podcast was recorded on Monday October 30th 2006, at the Richard Benson’s home in Newport, Rhode Island. Adobe Pro Photography Evangelist George Jardine speaks with Richard Benson and Jay Maisel about Richard’s latest work with inkjet printers.

This “video” podcast includes photos taken by Richard, as well as photos documenting the occasion taken by both myself and by Thomas Palmer. It can be viewed by downloading it directly into iTunes (if you are accessing it by subscribing via the Music Store), or by copying it into iTunes on either a Mac or a PC (if you’ve downloaded it from my iDisk). Once copied into iTunes, it can be transferred to a Video iPod, and viewed that way as well. When viewing it on an iPod, be sure to access the video from the Video menu (then “Movies” or “Video Podcasts”…. depending upon how you downloaded it), and NOT from the Music menu. If you access it from the Music menu, you will not see the photographs.

The views and opinions of the participants in this podcast are their own, and do not reflect or represent those of Adobe Systems.

Duration: 50:07

The podcast can be downloaded from my iDisk at:

This podcasts is labeled “1030-2 Podcast – Richard Benson and Jay Maisel” in the Public directory.

Or, it can be found on iTunes (probably by sometime Thursday…..) by searching under Podcasts for “Lightroom”. The RSS feed is:

Photo at the beginning of the podcast of George courtesy of Jeff Schewe. Other photos in the podcast are by Richard Benson and Thomas Palmer.

Comments are welcome!

One Response to “Lightroom Podcast Episode 23 Posted”

  1. rdonson Says:

    Another fascinating interview, George. It’s amazing to see/hear about Richard treating the Epson 4800 like a printing press with multiple passes.

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