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  • Inventor Portrait: Ralph Baer

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    S 2012 : Ep 03.03.12 - 3/3/12

    This video is part of an ongoing series of photo and video portraits of contemporary inventors from all walks of life. More can be seen at dfpblog.com/inventors Ralph Baer is often called the father of video games. His invention, the Magnavox Odyssey, was the first home console system. I photographed and interviewed him this summer as part of my ongoing series on inventors (the book and app for which will be out eventually I promise). Since he turns 90 years old this week, and this year marks the 40th anniversary of the video game, I chose for this video some bits from our interview in which we talk about, among other things, why he's still inventing at 90 years old.moreless
  • Inventor Portrait: Ernest Nussbaum

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    S 2011 : Ep 07.06.11 - 7/6/11

    This video is part of an ongoing series of photo and video portraits of contemporary inventors from all walks of life. More can be seen at dfpblog.com/?inventors
  • Inventor Portrait: Steven Sasson

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    S 2011 : Ep 04.09.11 - 4/9/11

    This video is part of an ongoing series of photo and video portraits of contemporary inventors from all walks of life. More can be seen at http://www.dfpblog.com/?inventorsIt's been way too long since I've posted one of these. This is my portrait of Steven Sasson, inventor of the digital camera. He was the 32nd inventor in my project. I shot him in October at Kodak's headquarters in Rochester, just a couple weeks before President Obama awarded him the National Medal of Technology.When he initially mentioned that the first digital camera held 30 pictures, I assumed that was due to the storage capacity of the digital tape. It was really interesting to hear that he picked 30 as an artificial limitation, and his explanation why.moreless
  • Inventor Portrait: Brent Farley

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    S 2010 : Ep 05.11.10 - 5/11/10

    This video is part of an ongoing series of photo and video portraits of contemporary inventors from all walks of life. More can be seen at http://www.dfpblog.com/inventors
  • Inventor Portrait: Tami Galt

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    S 2009 : Ep 10.27.09 - 10/27/09

    This video is part of an ongoing series of photo and video portraits of contemporary inventors from all walks of life. More can be seen at http://www.dfpblog.com/inventors
  • Inventor Portrait: Tom Roering

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    S 2009 : Ep 06.08.09 - 6/8/09

    This video is part of an ongoing series of photo and video portraits of contemporary inventors from all walks of life. More can be seen at http://www.dfpblog.com/inventors
  • Inventor Portrait: Jerry Ford

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    S 2009 : Ep 04.13.09 - 4/13/09

    This video is part of an ongoing series of photo and video portraits of contemporary inventors from all walks of life. More can be seen at http://www.dfpblog.com/inventors
  • Inventor Portrait: Clint Fruitman

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    S 2009 : Ep 03.10.09 - 3/10/09

    I've been working on an ongoing photography series about inventors and their inspirations, accomplishments, and setbacks. I recently decided to add a video component to the project, putting together a short film about each inventor I shoot. This is my first video for the project. (More inventors in the series can be seen at http://www.dfpblog.com/inventors)I'm brand new to shooting and editing video, so I'm still learning a lot as I go. Editing this piece, I realized there were other shots I should have gotten, questions I should have asked, lights I should have brought, microphone I should have used, etc. I think it's a decent first video. The next one will be better!Shot with the Canon 5D Mark IImoreless