The Beginnings of Digital – ITL 01
The world of digital photography has drastically changed since it’s inception. We dive back in time to discuss the first “triumphs” in digital photography and how a young Frederick Van Johnson cut his teeth on early Kodak DCS cameras while in the US Air Force, and the conversation continues to discuss how far technology has evolved. The limits of light and technology are constantly being pushed, and a greater understanding of these limits helps photographers push their creativity further.
Links Mentioned in This Episode
- Kodak DCS Series of Cameras
- Sony Mavica
- MIT “Modulo” camera that never over-exposes an image
- Tutorial on Diffraction Limiting
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