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August 24, 2009
On a recent visit to the Sacramento library, the high number of homeless patrons I saw there surprised me.
Seeing them in that quiet space, consumed by traditional media, I was struck by the difference between them and most of society with its 24/7 connection to streaming digital media. I began this project to take myself out of my own patterns and habits, to change my perspective, to observe, to listen, to understand, and to share this place of quiet.
Read the full article @ National Geographic.
One of my most popular flickr photos as it appears in Livres Hebdo #664
Posted in Photos
Yesterday I received my Lytro (1st Gen) camera and have played with it just a little. I’m taking it on a road trip this weekend to really get a chance to use it but in the meantime, here’s the “best” of what I could do last night. Keep in mind, that all three images and the movie are the result of a single snap of the shutter.
This is the cover to the April 1994 issue of Wired Magazine autographed at the Computers, Freedom, and Privacy conference by Bruce Sterling and Steven Levy. (I never did get my pen back from Sterling…)
The Rescued Film Project discovers and processes 31 rolls of film shot by an American WWII soldier over 70 years ago.
Filmed By: Tucker Debevec
Audio Engineer: Eric Bower
Original Music: Mark Doubleday
Second Camera: Eric Bower
Edited by: Levi Bettwieser