If you've been meaning to convert your old family photos, videotapes, films, and audio recordings to digital but never seem to get around to it, then a new service from Kodak may prompt you to add it to your "to-do" list again.
Kodak has relaunched its Ektachrome film after a six-year absence. It stopped making the color transparency film in 2012 citing falling sales, but growing calls from passionate film photographers has prompted its return.
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Whether for old-timers who love their 35mm film camera or newbies keen to explore all that film photography has to offer, Kodak's relaunch of its once-popular Ektachrome film for color transparencies will likely be of interest.
The Kodak Mini Shot may only have a 10-megapixel sensor, but the $100 camera includes Bluetooth, a printer, and an LCD screen. The camera joins the Kodak Printomatic and Kodak's portable photo printer.
The Kodak Moments chatbot suggests Facebook photos to print, while a similar AI-powered feature is also in the updated app. The algorithm factors elements like faces, relationships, location, and photo quality into the decision.
In another move to further capitalize and promote the so-called analog renaissance, Kodak has announced the launch of their new print magazine, Kodachrome Magazine. A publication they will use to feature photographers, designers, artists…
In 2014, Film Ferrania raised more than $320,000 on Kickstarter to rebuild a film factory and breathe new life into a classic Italian brand. Now, its first commercial film is ready to roll off the production line.
Kodak is aiming to streamline the process of hiring a photographer, and for photographers, finding clients, with Kodakit, a new online platform. The on-demand photography platform is live in 92 cities.