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    Re: Shipping Container Camera

    Vera Lutter. Amazing work.

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    Re: Shipping Container Camera

    Yes


    Quote Originally Posted by basiltahan View Post
    Vera Lutter. Amazing work.
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    Re: Shipping Container Camera

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    ...my five cents: Rodney Graham ( from Vancouver school, like Jeff Wall), probably it´s different, because he is working at studios but anyway..
    Although I think he had a Camera obscura project from 1979.


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    Re: Shipping Container Camera

    The first question that popped in my mind when seeing the video (which is cool) is, who is paying for this? Because nothing that happens in the video, from building, to the crane lift, to the public permit, to the materials used, is cheap... this could easily cost $50k to produce for a 2 week runtime.

    It’s great to see film photography engaging with communities. We need that or else we’ll be the last dinosaurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi7475 View Post
    The first question that popped in my mind when seeing the video (which is cool) is, who is paying for this? Because nothing that happens in the video, from building, to the crane lift, to the public permit, to the materials used, is cheap... this could easily cost $50k to produce for a 2 week runtime.

    It’s great to see film photography engaging with communities. We need that or else we’ll be the last dinosaurs.
    I believe he was given an Arts grant, lucky him.
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    Re: Shipping Container Camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi7475 View Post
    The first question that popped in my mind when seeing the video (which is cool) is, who is paying for this? Because nothing that happens in the video, from building, to the crane lift, to the public permit, to the materials used, is cheap... this could easily cost $50k to produce for a 2 week runtime.

    It’s great to see film photography engaging with communities. We need that or else we’ll be the last dinosaurs.
    He's a university faculty member, his job is teaching photography and art, so I would expect that there was public funding for this grounded in engaging the public with the arts.

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    Re: Shipping Container Camera

    I have seen this done before.

    Sometimes the whole container is the camera.

    There was a thread here a few years ago where they built the whole trailer to look like a field camera with bellows, fake lens and all. Slick Video too.. Turns out the actual camera was inside the whole thing.

    anyone remember that?
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    However i vastly prefer this camera

    https://www.atlasobscura.com/article...biggest-camera
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