Film didn’t die with Kodak’s Chapter 11

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Feb 172015
 

Kodak’s Chapter 11 filing in 2012 was believed to spell the death of film photography. Only a few manufacturers now make film and much less of it, but celluloid appears to be making a comeback. The FT’s Steve Ager investigates the resurgent interest in analogue.

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Kids React to Old Cameras! So funny!

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Nov 112014
 

Check out this hilarious video of kids reacting to… a point and shoot film camera! It’s great fun!

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Disappearance of Darkness, new book by Robert Burley

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Nov 112012
 

This posting has nothing to do with HDR photography. It is in fact, a preview for a new book by Robert Burley, documenting the demise of analog photography. I started working with film in 1962 and did a fair amount of 16mm motion picture photography in subsequent years. I am dismayed at the impending loss of photographic still and motion picture film stocks. I use digital cameras now but still like to shoot with film upon occasion. I congratulate Robert Burley on this excellent new book.

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Robert Burley is a photographer whose work explores the relationship between nature and cities, architecture and the urban landscape.

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