Way before you could attach your camera to a drone, Chicago-based photographer George Lawrence was using kites to shoot aerial panoramas.
Lawrence had to use up to 17 connected kites to lift his massive camera into the air.
Kevin Kadooka is an engineering student with a knack for designing cameras that are completely open source, meaning anyone can build one!
His latest creation is a medium format box camera that uses a 3D printed body and 120 film.
via Pop Photo
spaces speak turned 3 today!
I guess this advice has been forgotten by a lot of drivers today - especially where I live. I dare not to count how many times I got soaked by someone driving to close and way to fast through a large puddle … Where are you’re motoring manners people??
”[…] If the road is wet, give pedestrians and cyclists a wide berth so as not to splash them with mud. […]”
Dorothy Levitt, The Woman and the Car (1908) Chapter 7
The #designhistorian in me just had to preserve this: train tickets from 2006 and 2013. I have to say, I prefer the design of the earlier ones - they actually look like train tickets
[…] We were filming some sort of story in which a street accident was concerned, probably the running-down by a motor-car, for that was the usual butt in those days. […]
--C. Hepworth, Memories of Film Pioneer, p.71
Design in the Machine Age:
Chromatic Culture through the camera lenses of Georges Méliès and Fritz Lang
Cogs in the Machine – How and why did sci-fi motion pictures portray the moon during cinema’s silent years ?