That's been around for at least a couple of years.
I wonder if there was ever a wet darkroom equivalent. Seems kinda 1950's-ish, aside from the new technology.
Beverly Hills, CA (albeit a 99%er)
What a fun way to do a workshop. Instant results. From an instructional point of view, there's something to being able to see the results right after taking the photograph.
And then, people can talk about photography, while they're on the road. Or post-process their images.
if Timothy O'Sullivan had had a bigger covered waggon, he might have taught workshops just like that.
Stephen is a nice guy but... for one of his classes he took apart a laser printer and explained how it worked.
It doesn't always translate into making better images...
Don't they know that God, Himself, has sanctioned ONLY analog photographic methods?
André: I wonder if there was ever a wet darkroom equivalent. Seems kinda 1950's-ish, aside from the new technology.
Of course there was, think original wet plates. A tent, a bunch of glass plates, load of chemicals and a mule or two, and there you go.
Technology may have changed over the last hundred years or so, but the principle is still amazingly similar.
Robert: Don't they know that God, Himself, has sanctioned ONLY analog photographic methods?
Robert, that's the Old Testament as practiced over on APUG.