Focusing new light on memory | Everett Kennedy Brown | TEDxKyoto





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Published on Oct 30, 2014

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Between the past and the future lies a timeless place that is seldom seen. However Everett Kennedy Brown, using classic glass plate collodion photography methods, offers us a glimpse into this space between time with his haunting, magical photographs.

There are those of us who embrace the past, reading histories and collecting marvelous things of great age. Others of us dash towards the future, pockets full of technological wonders as we point our eyes eagerly forward. And then there is photographer Everett Kennedy Brown, who delves into the present seeking the timeless place between past and future that encompasses both. In his talk, Everett will reveal the technology, methods and mindset he employs to achieve this goal to stunning effect in his photography of Japan.

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