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The 5th Phoenix Type-In: Squigglyvision and Anaglyphic 3D, Part 1

In order to see the Anaglyphs properly, you’ll need a pair of red/cyan 3D glasses, which you may have if you’ve stolen them from a 3D movie theatre or happen to have a TV that does 3D videos and games:

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Type Snap in 3D, who generously volunteered to carpool for the trip..

Type Snap in 3D, who generously volunteered to carpool for the trip..

Magic Margin, greatly enjoying DesertHiker's Fay-Sholes.

Magic Margin, greatly enjoying DesertHiker’s Fay-Sholes.

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Bill Wahl, doing a little on-the-spot repair on someone's Bennett.

Bill Wahl, doing a little on-the-spot repair on someone’s Bennett.

The first frame of the roll somehow double-exposed - partly a photo of one of the employees at First Draft, partly the exposed innards of a Bennett.

The first frame of the roll somehow double-exposed – partly a photo of one of the employees at First Draft, partly the exposed innards of a Bennett.

And now, for those of you who don’t have 3D glasses, the same pics in eye-busting Squigglyvision!

2014-07-26-2 2014-07-26-1 2014-07-26-3 2014-07-26-4 2014-07-26-5 2014-07-26-6 2014-07-26-7 2014-07-26-8Upcoming: Part 2 of the 3D Type-In Experience, as soon as I finish shooting the second roll of film so I can develop it. All photos shot with a Nishika N8000 35mm camera on expired Ilford HP5+ and developed in Caffenol-C.

Updated: August 14, 2014 — 6:01 pm

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  1. Head. Spinning. Oh. My.

  2. New frontiers in digitanalog imaging … fun!

  3. Dammit. Can’t find my Anaglyphic glasses. They must be in storage.

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