Great article about the history of the 35mm format Here’s an excerpt; too funny! The first commercial Leica was produced eleven years later, in 1924, and for a number of years, “135” or “35mm,” as it was called, was also known as “miniature” format. Most professionals and serious amateurs, who scorned it, at least used… Continue reading More from my inbox
The photographers’ gallery in London is hosting an interesting experiment in machine vision, artificial intelligence and photography, it is part of Sebation Schmieg’s idea and work and runs until early next year. The artist’s statement has me intrigued and I spent a considerable amount of time on his website input data on the images presented.… Continue reading A.I. & Photography?