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Photo: AP Wow, this is what the Grand Concourse looked like back in January 9, 1968? So beautiful even though it’s a bit dark.

I wish this video was uploaded in better quality, but here’s a video from National Geographic (uploaded by Steve McCurry) of him shooting the last roll of Kodak Kodachrome film. He literally travels the world to shoot 36 frames. Not a bad job.

Disappearance of Darkness Book Preview from Robert Burley on Vimeo. Photographer Robert Burley’s latest book, Disappearance of Darkness: Photography at the End of the Analog Era, documents his transition as a photographer going from analog film to digital. In this book he travels to the places where film used to be born — the factories […]

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I wish this were an Onion News headline, but sadly it is not. Kodak is indeed looking to sell its film business to focus more on printers which they hope (or believe?) will bring them out of bankruptcy. Kodak film is the one product Kodak had that virtually made them a household name and to […]


Right now in the New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex at Grand Central Terminal, you can revisit the colorful Kodak Colorama images that lined Grand Central from the 1950s to the 1990s. They aren’t the originals but reproductions of the 60-foot originals which showed American culture in a very idealized form. I wish I was […]

A documentary film that looks at the end of Kodak’s Kodachrome film and the last lab that processed film for it. A great look at the history of this amazing color film and how it changed the way we see the world around us. I had no idea that developing Kodachrome film was so labor […]