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The Kodak-branded 'Kashminer' Bitcoin mining scheme announced at CES has apparently collapsed, with Eastman Kodak distancing itself from the company behind it.This is distinct from the Kodak-branded 'Kodak Coin' cryptocoin and 'Kodak One' IP blockchain scheme announced by Wenn Digital Inc at CES.Eastman Kodak is saying that the Kashminer scheme, where investors could effectively rent Bitcoin mini
Gold 200 preset photographed by Marco GovelMastin Labs has released a new collection of presets for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop that aim to emulate the look of three iconic Kodak film stocks.Titled 'Kodak Everyday,' this new preset pack includes film emulations for Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Gold 200 and Kodak Tri-X 400 film stocks. In Mastin Labs' words, this 'pack has three distinct looks: bright
Mani.Rae/Flickr used under CC BY-ND 2.0, shot on Kodak Pro Image 100Kodak Alaris has announced its 35mm Kodak Professional Pro Image 100 film is now available in Europe.Until now, there was no official means of acquiring Kodak Professional Pro Image 100 film in the European market. Released in 1997, the film has a strong presence in Asia as well as a handful of South American countries, but it's
Although probably still best known for its analogue cameras from years back, the KODAK brand has returned once again in various digital forms of late. Late last year we wrote […] The post KODAK Smart Security Systems launches indoor, outdoor motorised security cameras appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Recently, we (Steven, John, and Bill of the podcast Studio C-41) traveled to Rochester, New York, to interview Josh Coon with The Kodakery (Kodak’s podcast) and “EKTACHROME Super Fan” Matt Stoffel. We learned about George Eastman, how film is made in the Kodak factory, and Kodak’s response to the film resurgence.It all started with an Instagram message to Matt Stoffel. “Hey Matt
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_6234428043","galleryId":"6234428043","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Kodak has restarted production of one of its most famous film emulsions - Ektachrome. Popular Science editor Stan Horaczek recently go to take a look inside. Launched in 1946 and discontinued in 2012, Ektachr
Kodak was once the 800-pound gorilla in the world of photography. But after a century of dominance, Kodak’s business crumbled and it was forced to declare bankruptcy in 2012. If you’d like to better understand what happened to the iconic brand, watch this great 12-minute video by the popular YouTube channel Company Man.“The name Kodak was once synonymous with cameras and film,&#
The story isn't new to anyone in the world of photography. Kodak, once the undeniable leader of the industry, has since been turned into a sad shell of its former self.What isn't so clear is how exactly Kodak went from photo giant to a name that can be licensed and slapped on seemingly anything and everything if enough money is thrown its way.As part of its Company Declines series, YouTube channe
Kodak has shared a new sneak peek of its upcoming Ektachrome slide film relaunch, posting several test photos captured on the film using “pilot-scale equipment.”The photos can be seen in this short video posted by Kodak Alaris (@kodakprofessional) on Instagram and in a new post on Facebook:A post shared by Kodak Professional (@kodakprofessional) on Jun 3, 2018 at 6:33pm PDTHere’
the interactive installation that experiments with light, form and perspective. The post jestico + whiles’ sculptural installation pays homage to kodak founder george eastman appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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