RE: Podcast, anyone...?
I've looked at several of the Podcasts created by Jeff. Some are interesting
but my impression was that they aren't very polished and sometimes lack
I think the biggest impediment to creating video Podcasts is maintaining
good production quality.
Some of the PhotoShop videos I've seen, such as Dan's Tiny Tutorials have
been very good, but others are a little shakey.
Perhaps things will improve as time goes on.
For my money a good Podcast covering printing gum with curves would be a
great place to start!
From: Hans Klemmer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 11:42 AM
Subject: Podcast, anyone...?
I'm not sure if anyone is going to the SPE conference in Miami next march,
but Jeff Curto, the head of the photography program at the College of DuPage
will be giving a lecture and demo on podcasting there. Jeff normally
podcasts all of his History of Photography lectures so that the students who
can't take notes fast enough can still get the information. A sidelight to
this is that he has been getting feedback from people all over the world who
are interested in the history of photography. You can hear his lectures
through itunes by doing a search for history of photography.
If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the
event...what kind of film would you use? -Anonymous