Photography and image-making technology is reaching out in many new directions at once and at speed. Digital cameras no longer just provide easier ways to make traditional photos. Chris and Ade investigate emerging and future tech that will help us all make new and exciting photographs and images. Cameras, devices, software, hardware - we aim to cover all angles in the pursuit of The Future of Photography.

307 The Third Dimension (3D Printing in Photography)

26 . 06 . 2024


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In this episode of The Future of Photography, Chris and Jeremiah explore the integration of 3D printing with photography. They discuss how 3D printing is becoming mainstream, with affordable and user-friendly options that offer high-quality outputs, multi-color printing, and can handle various materials from hard plastics to metallic filaments.

The episode highlights the transformative impact on photography, where custom accessories like lens hoods, caps, and tripod plates can be easily designed and printed. This technology allows photographers to create personalized gear, enhancing both creativity and practicality. 3D printing could revolutionize the way photographers approach their craft, offering endless possibilities for innovation and customization. For reeady-made 3D models, check out Printables, Thingiverse, and MakerWorld. A collection of parametric models, 3D printing services at Shapeways, Craftcloud, and Protolabs.

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