[FRAMED] – Episode 16

[Ian Ruhter] Silver & Light, Find Your Passion.

Ian Ruhter is a photographer, and a good one at that. He had clients, big clients. And he was miserable. He wanted to find his own voice and create a camera that has never before been created. He had a passion and an idea and that idea became what is now known as the largest camera in the world. Ian and his team turned a big blue truck into the world’s biggest Wet-Plate Collodion camera.

Now, the three of them travel in a big blue truck/camera across the country to capture stories of American people.

Photographers: 

Ian Ruhter

Trevor Ricioli

Lane Power

Model: Robert Barr

Pilot: Blake Spry

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

Bay Photo Lab

B&H Photo Video

Triple Scoop Music

Written by Melissa Niu

25 Comments

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  2. stevehuynh

    I have watched each and every show of the entire season 1,2and 3. If the show was about inspiration then you have done it . All of photographer in the show is world class and i learn and inspire by all but this last show Ian is the best. Love , dream and chasing them what else could we be doing. I am picking up my camera and start shooting now . Thank you ,and thank you again .

  3. beverlyboyle

    I find it pretty incredible to know that people are living their lives creating in such unique ways. These photographers are always on the cutting edge of innovation. Thank you for producing this last show. This was inspiring in so many ways. Mediapoint Studios is doing a great service in introducing these quiet pioneers to the world.

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