Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Tuesdays at Ethan's

Ethan Moses
Tuesdays at Ethan’s, Page One
Ethan Moses
Tuesdays at Ethan’s, Page Two
Ethan Moses
Tuesdays at Ethan’s, Page Three

Joe at Ethan's on a cold winter's day, preflashed grade 2 paper negative exposed in 4"x5" pinhole camera by Ethan: Joe by Fence

Ethan by fence, preflashed grade 2 paper negative exposed in 4"x5" pinhole camera by Joe: Ethan by Fence

Ethan testing a newly handmade camera:

Ethan in his kitchen:

Ethan's website: https://www.cameradactyl.com

Ethan's main YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CAMERADACTYLCameras

Ethan's Cowabunga Pencil Time Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSo_L_g5YYGF0p3lsQEI-cA

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Blogger Alex H. said...

Great entry. You two really make a cool team.

2:42 AM  
Blogger Ted said...

A spectacular duo! :D

2:52 PM  
Anonymous Oscar said...

I enjoyed this blog entry very much. You profile a friend but also poetically talk about the pleasures and stimulation this friendship affords. I first discovered your videos at your Youtube channel a few years ago, Joe, and enjoyed your clear presentation of new (and old) ideas for cameras and print-making. I even dug out one or two pinhole cameras I had made, some one multiple lenses, all primitive cardboard contraptions, from way back in the late 90s when I was slogging through school. Then I became aware of Ethan through his Kickstarter for a 4x5 camera pieced together with whimsically-colored 3d-printed components. (I wish I had gotten in on that campaign.) Then the collaboration between the two of you started, and I have not received more pleasure from any Youtube videos than the ones in which both of you have collaborated on the RA-4 process, on the fashioning of new pinhole cameras such as the "Aardvark", on the Instax Wide cameras, etc. There is so much excitement, and when you build something, it makes me want to build. Friendships such as these are special, and I thank you for sharing this evocation of what "Tuesdays at Ethan's" (to paraphrase the title of the Mitch Albom book "Tuesdays with Morrie") has meant to you as you both explore your fascination with the endless pathways of photography.

10:33 AM  

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