#792. Interviewing Hasselblad about Image Quality

#792. Interviewing Hasselblad about Image Quality

Image quality is a difficult topic to define or strive for. But I recently asked Hasselblad how they achieve their legendary IQ and got the answers below. Before jumping to them, I’d like to thank Philipe Liljenberg (Brand & Content Manager), Mathias Elmeskog (Image Quality Specialist) and Ove Bengtsson (Product

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#718. Interview; Kirk Tuck

#718. Interview; Kirk Tuck

  Kirk Tuck. American. Working photograher. Videographer. Lighting trainer. Fiction writer. Photo blogger, GAS sufferer extraordinaire and gear wonk.   Kirk hopes being interviewed on DearSusan will make him famous. It most likely won’t, but his views make interesting reading, as do his almost daily blog post(s).     Kirk,

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#213. A mini-interview with Michael Reichmann

#213. A mini-interview with Michael Reichmann

Continuing our series of interviews with masters of photography, here are a few words from Michael Reichmann, founder of the famous website The Luminous Landscape. Previous interviews were very long so we have kept this one as short as humanly possible while still conveying meaning 😉 Thank you Michael! [Pascal]

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#204. Michael Kenna on the silent conversation between subject and photographer

#204. Michael Kenna on the silent conversation between subject and photographer

For this new episode of our series of interviews with contemporary masters of photography, I’m really happy to present some very personal and informative points of view from Michael Kenna. I believe Michael Kenna needs no introduction, so will jump straight into the interview, which was done during traveling at

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