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Jack Schmitt's photograph was taken on a specially developed Hasselblad camera with a 70mm back, using a 60mm lens. The SO-368 Kodak Ektachrome film that was used in space was tougher and more reliable under difficult light conditions than the
After nearly 125 years, Eastman Kodak is, most likely, about to stop making photographic film. The much-diminished behemoth is putting its analog film division up for sale as it reorients and reimagines itself. The announcement of Kodak's
Some of you might also point out the company has been thrown a lifeline and is trying to save what's left of it...Finally I didn't mention it in the post, but if any of you are on Pinterest , feel free to share links here to your 'Kodak moments'
This post is part of the Overheard on CNN.com series, a regular feature that examines interesting comments and thought-provoking conversations posted by the community. Ah, the good old days, when life was simple and counters were Formica.
A few weeks ago, as I was rummaging in a drawer in my father's house, I came across a dozen reels of developed 8-millimetre film...But, for many years, I'd resolutely put the fact out of my mind. The films contained clips of my family in the late
Kirsten Aguilar / The Chronicle Pat Willard bought forty rolls of Kodachrome when he first found out that the film would have been discontinued last year, and as of early December, he is down to his last three rolls at his residency in Redwood City,
They must have been important; otherwise, I would have used a lesser, cheaper film. When Kodachrome was introduced in the 1930s, it was the first widely available color film. It remained the gold standard for decades. "Mama don't take my Kodachrome
When Dwayne Steinle founded Dwayne's Photo in Parsons, Kansas in 1956, little did he know that his business would grant the small town a place in the annals of photography history. Today, the family-run photo-processing company is one of the largest
Last Roll of Kodachrome Processed What do you know about Dwayne's Photo Service of Parsons, Kansas? It is the place where the very last roll of the Kodachrome was processed. Kodachrome, the slide-film that inspired songs, was discontinued by Kodak