Ethan Moses – purveyor of 3D printed cameras at Cameradactyl – spent the last few weeks in NYC teaching a color reversal printing process using a self-designed and built 20″x24″ large format camera. And Vision Slightly Blurred co-host Allen Murabayashi has the prints to prove it. It’s a magical process that uses standard RA4 photographic paper and some chemical wizardry to produce a negative-less, one-of-a-kind print.
Also in the show: The New York Times names staff photographer Josh Haner as its Photo Futurist, and Fujifilm releases a wireless Instax Wide printer.
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- Worthless Studios
- Cameradactyl Cameras
- Brooklyn Film Camera
- Maye-e Wong (@w0ngmayee)
- Pete Duvall (@peted301)
- Blkkhand (@blkkhand)
- Josh Haner Will Be The Times’s First Photo Futurist (via NYT)
- R&D – 3D Web Technology | R&D (via NYT)
- Using Computer Vision to Create A More Accurate Digital Archive (via NYT)
- The Plan to Protect Indigenous Elders Living Under the Northern Lights (via NYT)
- Indigenous Photographer Pat Kane Captures His Remote Hometown during COVID-19
- Marc Levoy on the balance of camera hardware, software, and artistic expression (via The Verge)
- Fujifilm launches wide-format version of its Instax Link mobile printer (via The Verge)