Two big camera announcements recently. Fuji dropped the other shoe about the GFX 50S, giving us prices, and an approximate start-of-shipments date of the end of February. In addition, they announced an adapter for Hasselblad H-series lenses (which are actually made by Fuji), and another one for view-camera lenses. The H-series adapter does not support […]
When I was growing up in Muncie, Indiana, my father taught me about photography. Brownie Hawkeye, developing pictures in the bathroom, Kodak plastic tank with an apron to keep the film from sticking together, Kodak Tri-Chem Pak, contact frame, 60 watt bare bulb — I’m sure you old timers know the drill. We bought supplies […]
I’ve been doing the synthetic slit scan images for a couple of months now. That series requires me to make many exposures. A typical run is 30,000 to 40,000 images exposed at one-second intervals over a day. I can’t go over 40,000, for reasons I’ll get to later on. I use silent shutter on my […]
This post is part of a series about some experiments I’m doing combining space and time in slit scan photographs. The series starts here. I’ve spent most of this week editing synthetic slit scan images. Here are a few that I like.
I’ve been posting about some of the bad things about today’s digital photography universe for the last few days. Today, I’m gonna change gears and talk about some of the things I love about it. Productivity. A lot of chemical photography was difficult, uncreative, time-consuming work. Let’s say you wanted a print of something that […]