Ethan, Nick, and Graham get together to talk about stereo photography, the use of two lenses to create images that appear to be in 3D.
Graham is enthusiastic.
Nick is skeptical.
Ethan is pedantic.
Ian Fleming (https://www.instagram.com/ifleming/ or simply @ifleming) stops by in the latter part of the show to talk about his experiences with the subject.
You can read Ethan’s Wiki article about Ren Ng (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ren_Ng). However, Ethan’s presentation about stereo photography that he presented in front of 1 (one, as in one more than zero, which we should all acknowledge is greater than zero) is not currently available on the interwebs. He thinks he can resurrect it and if he can, we all think he should put it on the Homemade Camera YouTube.
And, speaking of, this episode is available on the aforementioned YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJ3JmlNccVI&t=140s). If you’ve never been to YouTube, this would be a good time to get your feet wet. It’s a really cool place. Seriously.
I’m not joking, it’s cool.
We talk with Matt Bechberger of Reveni Labs about his new spot meter.
We try something new, Livestreaming to the world. Tell us how it worked for you. Also, Nick talks about how he hates skateboarders at the end because he doesn’t like that we paved the world. Get off my lawn — Graham quoting Nick completely from Graham’s imagination. Nick doesn’t really have a lawn kids could play on. Fawns yes, kids no.