Monthly Archives: November 2012

Weston at the MFA

The only word for some of these 8×10 contact prints is exquisite. I saw this last week and stood in front of one particular shot for several minutes, just marvelling at the dynamic range, the detail, the total command of … Continue reading

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3D book scanner eyes novels at 250 pages per minute

God help and protect us.

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A sandstone block built from lego, blending real objects with 3d prints

A sandstone block built from lego, blending real objects with 3d prints from Greg Petchkovsky on Vimeo.

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Google engineer builds $1,500 page-turning scanner out of sheet metal and a vacuum

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15 Photos You Won’t Believe Were Taken With A Phone

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I want the deluxe model

More info here.

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Documenting the death of film

As an avid analog photographer this project struck a chord with me & I bet there’s a chance it will with you too. The Disappearance of Darkness video by Robert Burtley;¬†http://vimeo.com/35389773 Burtley’s blog, it’s very interesting with all kinds of … Continue reading

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