The Future of Photography

The Future of Photography
Dan Gould
  • 16 september 2008

New Scientist has a nice round up of what’s next for photography tech, and it’s all really cool stuff. We’ve sure come a long way from camera obscura and the gelatin-silver process. Many of the new processes deal with eliminating or manipulating what is captured, such as freezing moving objects or swapping out undesirable elements of the image. Another big theme is doing more with less – like the 1 pixel camera that builds the photo off of a lone pixel sensor.

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