On February 20, 2018, CEO of Kodak, Jeff Clarke, announced on a Twitter post that he is stepping down from his position as CEO at the 131 year old company.
Steven and Bill invite Michael Brown, VP for Kodak Motion Picture – Atlanta, to talk about the resurgence of celluloid in the the motion picture industry.
Kodak UltraMax 400 is considered as a ‘consumer’ film in comparison to the ‘professional’ lines like Portra 400. We review a film that we think is underrated.
John, Steven, and Bill are back at Dunwoody Photo to discuss their recent trip to Rochester. They talk about their biggest takeaways from their interview with Kodak.
I’ve received quite a few requests for a higher resolution of the ‘Kodachrome’ Magazine image from the previous article. Ask and you shall receive!
Steven, John, and Bill travel to Rochester, New York, to interview Josh Coon with the Kodakery and ‘EKTACHROME Super Fan’ Matt Stoffel. We learn about George Eastman, how film is made in the Kodak factory, and Kodak’s response to the film resurgence.
I never had the chance to shoot a roll of T-MAX P3200 during it’s first run, so I was especially excited when my friend Tim Ryugo at Kodak Professional offered to send me a roll to try out just before it’s release date. It came in the mail last Thursday, and I shot the whole roll the very next day!
FujiFilm Acros 100 in 120 and 35mm are on the chopping block. There has to be a reason to FujiFilm’s insanity, right? Well, there is.
Tim Gander, a freelance photojournalist in the UK, discusses his history shooting film at the dawn of digital cameras entering the photojournalism arena. He now shoots film for personal work.
Bill gets salty on Fstoppers video on Peter Lik’s “Moonlight Dreams”. MiNT introduces the first fully manual Instax Wide camera. Kodak returns TMAX P3200.
20 years since it’s first introduction and nearly 6 years since its discontinuation, Kodak Professional revealed on Twitter, the return of T-MAX P3200.
Hamm Camera Company joins Bill and Steven to talk about the successful kickstarter of the redesigned box camera. The NuBox 1.
On January 15, 2018, Hamm Camera Company reintroduced a box camera that has peaked the interest of all photographers, the ‘NuBox 1’.
The Studio C-41 team travels to Nashville, Tennessee, to interview Kodak Professional Product Manager, Tim Ryugo.
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In a blog post by Bollywood Actor Amitabh Bachchan, he mentions that Christopher Nolan will be inaugurating the grand opening of Kodak’s motion picture development facility, located in Mumbai, in March 2018.