Nik Software Hangout on Air Interview

For those of you who missed my live “Hangout on Air” interview yesterday, the recording has been posted online, and you can view it here:

This interview was hosted by Nik Software (now part of Google) in Mountain View, California, and I was participating via a video feed from Graz, Austria. The subject was “Questions that Counfound Photographers”, and I tried to address some of the questions that seem to cause the most confusion or frustration for photographers, and also addressed other topics. I hope you enjoy the interview…

If you’re not able to see the video above, you can also find it here: http://youtu.be/_tB5KDg6DBg

About Tim Grey

Tim Grey is in the business of making photographers smarter and happier. He is the author of more than a dozen books on digital imaging for photographers, has written hundreds of magazine articles, and publishes the Ask Tim Grey e-mail newsletter as well as the Pixology digital magazine. He also speaks at a variety of events and leads photography workshops around the world.
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3 Responses to Nik Software Hangout on Air Interview

  1. Dietmar says:

    This is a great summary of the important issues in digital photograpy. I especially enjoyed the part on sensor technology because it clarified a few things for me. Also your views on processing raw files with different software (camera manufacturers versus Lightroom etc.) is helpful to me. Excellent overall.

    Enjoy Graz.

    Gruß,

    Dietmar

  2. PeggySue says:

    Great stuff. As usual, Tim has a way of presenting complex material in the simplest easiest to understand way. Bravo!

  3. Tim Grey says:

    Thanks, Dietmar and PeggySue! Very much appreciated!

    Tim

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