DPE Podcast 4.1.12 – All interview show with Chuck Westfall from Canon USA, Tony Llerena and the folks from Digital Photo Workshops

April 1, 2012

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This episode of The Digital Photo Experience Podcast is all about interviews and we have some great ones for you. First we have the one and only Chuck Westfall from Canon USA, then an interview with Portrait and Wedding photographer Tony Llerena and lastly Rick interviews the folks behind Digital Photo Workshops. This episode of the DPE podcast is a little longer than usual, ok a lot longer, but we wanted to bring all these interviews to you. Hope you enjoy them.

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This is Episode number 53 of the Digital Photo Experience Podcast with Rick Sammon & Juan Pons.

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Juan is a wildlife photographer who currently lives in Maine. Juan lives and breathes photography and travels around the country making images, teaching and leading photo workshops. Juan's favorite destination is Yellowstone in winter. You can follow Juan on twitter at http://twitter.com/jpons

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2 Responses to “DPE Podcast 4.1.12 – All interview show with Chuck Westfall from Canon USA, Tony Llerena and the folks from Digital Photo Workshops”

  1. David Arkin Says:

    Juan:

    I am trying to remember a tidbit of information from a podcast I intend to. I don’t remember which podcast it was but I’m pretty sure it was DPE. It was a trick with doing panos. Take the images in portrait mode and that easy when Photoshop stitched them together you would have more information in top and bottom when you did final crop. Does this ring a bell with one of your interviews and is my memory correct in doing it this way?

    Programs are still great and make my morning walks more enjoyable, although I occasionally have to turn it off so i can listen to all the bird chirps.

    Thank you

    David

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    • Juan Pons Says:

      David,

      Yes we have talked about that technique a number of times and yes it is a very effective technique for making panos. It takes more shots but I think in the end the results are better.

      Hope that helps.

      Take care,

      -J

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