Film’s Demise

Image by Robert Burley.Implosions of buildings 65 and 69, Kodak Park, Rochester, New York [#1] October 6, 2007.

I ran across this article today posted by Wired that is definitely worth the read for anyone that ever shot film. It certainly puts things into perspective about how radical a change we’ve experienced in the world of photography and paints a better picture about how massive companies like Kodak who once ruled are now becoming nostaligic memories of the past. Crazy.

Here’s the link:

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  1. April 30, 2016 at 6:25 pm #

    I appreciate your post Ben. Very diplomatic and too the point. Now if anyone at SIAI could actually respond to some of these points in a concise manner that would be even better.

  2. May 12, 2016 at 6:28 pm #

    Yes, you are so right.We called the next generation child is the “Strawberry generation” in Taiwan.As eastern people always want to give their children the best, so some childs will take it for granted.

  3. July 6, 2016 at 3:49 pm #

    Greetings from Berlin to all English football-fans!Today’s the day! The decision about the host of the WC’18 and ’22! Hopefully, hopefully it will be England in 2018! We “Krauts” wish all the best for the voting. COME ON, ENGLAND! For us there’s only one solution: IT MUST BE YOU! ENGLAND TO BE HOST!All the best from Germany! And God save the Queen!

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