The National Media Museum has a collection of the two-and-a-half-inch photo prints taken using the Kodak No. 1 over a hundred years ago.
The signature yellow and black logo featured on the Kodak envelope is as familiar to me as my own reflection once was. Inside are 36 images, and I feel my heart sink just a little when I realize there is not one picture of me included...Show More Summary
I’m a Rochesterian at heart. I went to college there, had family that retired from Eastman Kodak, loved Nick Tahou’s, and of course, treasure Abby Wambach. Having said that it’s pretty clear that the best forward this generation has known … Continue reading ?
The rise of the selfie is seemingly unstoppable and Apple has been thinking about our propensity to take snaps of our own faces for a while. A patent, dug up by PatentYogi, outlines a plan to use facial recognition to detect who the camera is being pointed at and apply personalised settings to take account of particular features. Show More Summary
Couple facing one another with hands on hips Unidentified artist, American, 20th century (American) Photograph, gelatin silver print Gift of Peter J. Cohen Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston B efore the invention of the Kodak boxShow More Summary
After a stagnant period in picture making, the art of photography took leaps and bounds in 1900 with the introduction of Eastman Kodak’s Brownie camera. Gone were the days of steadily posing for a portrait — “snapshots” became the… The post See Unseen Shots of Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder & More appeared first on Selectism.
“WK-if your goal is to drive His Highness crazy, you are doing a good job. OO office update: Surveillance seriously being increased. They are trying to find out who leaked his email but they have nothing but intimidation tactics. There were 3 leaks of the email that I know of alone-so good luck! It is […]
Festivals galore, Motez, Mefjus, Manik, Kodak to Graph, and Richie Hawtin playing "Barbie Girl."
And there is a reward for his safe return! (Well, actually, there isn’t. There’s a reward if he doesn’t return. Ever.)
The multiple instances of defamation notwithstanding – and my lawyer tells me we can, and should, sue and that we’d win – what I found most astonishing, here, is that Andre Marin has disclosed confidential information about a complaint I made to his office many years ago, and he has acted in a manner that […]
Festivals galore, Motez, Mefjus, Manik, Kodak to Graph, and Richie Hawtin playing Barbie Girl.
Hoo boy do I ever have a bit of news on Canada’s most ridiculous Ombudsman!
SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Chris Farrell Gary Olson put in 32 years as an analytical chemist at Kodak in Rochester, N.Y., including stints in R&D and on digital innovations. “I had a great career there,” Olson says. “I was never bored.”...Show More Summary
Stephen Cheatley's love of photography started with a Kodak Instamatic 100 and has grown significantly from there. He's an avid astrophotographer who also enjoys capturing the dramatic sunsets of his home in the northwest of England....Show More Summary
My brother snapped this 35mm Kodak Tri-X negative as a former high school classmate left (Fled? Took it on the lam?) from this newsstand at 1241 Fourth Street in San Rafael, California. At the time this was one of two newsstands downtown. Show More Summary
The thing of it is, is this: Until the last two minutes or so — when the show suddenly built to a frenzy with a slide show that Don Draper’s Kodak Carousel could only hope to hallucinate — David Letterman’s ride into the sunset was an easygoing saunter into the gray. Show More Summary
Carlos Ghosn need not shed his caution about driverless cars. But, trillions hang in the balance. Given those stakes, has Ghosn hedged Nissan’s strategic bets in case the driverless “car of the future” comes more quickly than he expects?...Show More Summary
Last week, we updated Don Draper’s famous Kodak Carousel pitch so that Don projected some of the show’s most poignant moments. But those moments don’t capture the full gamut of Mad Men’s pleasures: Though a drama, it was fond of quick...Show More Summary
On Sunday night, we say farewell to Mad Men after eight years. Perhaps nothing can more eloquently express how this makes us feel than Don Draper’s greatest pitch, for the Kodak Carousel slide projector. We’ve updated the scene so that Don projects some of some of our own favorite memories from the show. Show More Summary
Chock full of politics, media, place and an appreciation of Kodak's Tri-X film.