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The road to instant imagery began with a question familiar to any parent on vacation: Are we there yet? It has been said that Edwin Land put his mind to inventing the Polaroid camera and film when his 3-year-old daughter asked why she had to wait to see her picture. In “ Instant: The Story of Polaroid ,” Christopher Bonanos crisply lays out how that deceptively simple question set the obsessive and brilliant Mr. Land on a tireless venture to conquer everything that prevented his impatient child from being able to “see it now.” In the digital era — where one might visit the Grand Canyon and spend more time hunched over a camera or phone than beholding the miraculous vista — the ease with which we take and share images belies the complicated mechanisms that underpin all that data flying around.
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« Lubitel 166 Universal | Main | The Lego Camera Tours the Internet » October 02, 2005 Medium Format Pinhole Lego Camera After making the Lego conversion of my old Polaroid 95a , I decided to tackle another Lego challenge: a medium format Pinhole Lego Camera. I had several goals for the lego camera: 1.
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Recently visited National Geographic’s Visions of Earth after seeing this post on mymodernmet. Must confess that, for a while now, I’ve ignorantly stereotyped NatGeo’s photography as long-lens photos of African lions lazing in a field at sunset. But Visions of Earth is nothing like that at all.