July 10, 2007
Source: George Jardine on Lightroom and digital photography
Author: George Jardine
Hot on the heels of George’s video podcast about refine photos basics, comes a video podcast interview with Eric Scouten, the database engineer on the Lightroom team.
“A conversation with Eric Scouten from the Lightroom team.
Photograph © 2006 George Jardine. Special thanks to John Cornicello for additional photographs that appear in the podcast.
This podcast was recorded on Thursday, April 26th, 2007 at Adobe offices in Seattle, WA. Eric sits down with George to have a conversation about Lightroom 1.0, improvements in 1.1, about Eric’s photography, and how his personal methods of photo organization have played a role in the development of Lightroom’s database strategy.
This “video” podcast includes photographs taken by Eric Scouten and John Cornicello. 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 top-level Video menu (then “Movies” or “Video Podcasts”…. depending upon how you downloaded it), and NOT from the top-level Music menu. If you access it from the Music menu, you will not see all of the photographs.
Finally, it’s possible that only the audio track will be heard on devices that do not fully support the .mp4 format, and the photographs will not be seen.”
The podcast can be downloaded from my iDisk at:
This podcast is labeled “20070426 Podcast – Eric Scouten” in the Public directory.
Or, it can be found on iTunes by searching under Podcasts for “Lightroom”. The RSS feed is: