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Timothy E. O'Sullivan bought a Nikon F in 1972 and has been a photography
enthusiast ever since. He studied photography, its history and social
implications under Arthur Taussig, Martha Rosler, and Alan Sekula at Orange
Coast College in the mid-1970s, and earned his BA in Philosophy at the
University of California at San Diego in 1981. From the 70s through the mid-80s
he worked with his Nikon and the Polaroid SX-70. A burglar relieved him of the
burden of owning cameras in 1985, but he continued studying photography by
acquiring photographic monographs and studying works of art theory. In the late
1990s he returned to active photography when he purchased a Canham 4x5 field
camera; soon after that he moved up to a Phillips 8x10. He produced
platinum-palladium prints with negatives from both cameras. In 2002 a friend
loaned him an Olympus digital camera. The quality of digital imaging was still
rather poor at that time, but he was very interested. In late 2004 he bought a
FujiFilm E550 digital camera and began photographing extensively and working
with PhotoShop 6. In 2006 he acquired a Canon EOS 30D camera with lenses, and
late in 2006 he acquired a Canon 400D (Digital Rebel XTi) that was specially
modified for infrared imaging by LDP. The work you see here was produced with
that camera and PhotoShop CS2.
Camera: MaxMax IR-Only Canon 400D
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