The Generative Darkroom

(7" x 5") Printed on Ilford Glossy Fiber at f/11 with each pixel exposing for 8 seconds. 283 second initial exposure plus 159 second additional exposure while the screen clears. Point of origin 262x031 (screen dimensions: 480px x 320px).

untitled (6/30/15) #14
[ 7″ x 5″ ]

In a darkroom, an iPhone connected to the laptop over WiFi is placed into an enlarger. A patch written in Max/MSP selects pixels on the iPhone to be illuminated for a specified duration. This is captured on black and white photo paper. The selection of pixels is algorithmic making each image unique.

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Pixel-Lapse Photo Booth

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“Pixel lapse” photography is the process of creating an image one pixel at a time. Beginning in the upper left corner, pixels are captured sequentially at a set rate until the entire image is formed.

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Pixel-Lapse Prints

sunrise, 3 December 2006 1024 x 768 @ 100 px./sec 2 hr, 11 min, 15 sec

sunrise
3 December 2006

1024 x 768 @ 100 px./sec
2 hr, 11 min, 15 sec

“Pixel lapse” photography is the process of creating an image one pixel at a time. Beginning in the upper left corner, pixels are captured sequentially at a set rate until the entire image is formed.

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