Photographing Directly to 20×24 Photo Paper is Magical Wizardry!

Photographing Directly to 20×24 Photo Paper is Magical Wizardry!

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:

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Allen Murabayashi is the Chairman and co-founder of PhotoShelter.

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