Al Roker from NBC Shines The Light on Analog Photography
Al Roker from NBC's Today Show shines the light on old-school analog photography today as he takes viewers behind the scenes to make an 1860's era wet plate collodion tintype. His production team produced the video segment completely from analog photos. Now that is pretty cool! Way to go, Al Roker.
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NBC TODAY’s Al Roker is still going cold turkey from digital technology, continuing his series on all things analog. This time Al explores the world of pre-digital photography, and instead of film, the entire segment is shown in old-fashioned still photographs!
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