1972—Established as pre-eminent communicators and visual masters of their day, the Eameses were asked by Polaroid to make a promotional announcement about the SX-70, the camera that would revolutionized instant film. As would be expected from Charles and Ray, the film went beyond advertisement and spoke to the unique splendor of photography. (via Eames House Timeline)
Anonymous Cowardon 16 Jan 13
My Dad had this exact camera, and used it to great extent for almost 20 years in his engineering business. Very cool!
Timon 16 Jan 13
Wow.. I really really enjoyed that.
It was a mix of biographical, geographical and documentary..
It always makes me smile to see businesses going beyond the subpar business video, whether in the past or present.
David Andersenon 17 Jan 13
cicion 17 Jan 13
What a wonderfully intimate film
Esmeralda Magnuson 17 Jan 13
Nice, it’s very cool!
Somehow it’s unrelated but it reminds me of this site and I don’t know why though. http://reviewhuluplus.org/
GeeIWonderon 17 Jan 13
Holy jargon overload, batman!
Very poor copy IMHO.
Philippeon 20 Jan 13
I had one but I realize now I was too young to appreciate the splendor of photography. Polaroid shots now move me to the extreme, but then…
Amhedon 21 Jan 13
This was awesome. Thanks for sharing :)
Valerieon 21 Jan 13
offtop: am I right that RSS is not functioning correctly? If so, i’d appreciate making it work. thanks
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