So Kodaks Gone Bankrupt

The struggling company, which invented the hand-held camera and helped bring the world the first pictures from the Moon, has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States and expects to complete a restructure next year. John Ward, a business lecturer at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York state who worked for Kodak for 25 years, says there is a risk that the company could close down after 130 years in business. (ABC News) I have owned a few Kodak cameras in my time I have had a Kodak Instant camera until we had to hand them back after Polariod sued them for patent infringement. Actually we could of kept it but as Kodak could not sell any more film they were next to useless. Recently I acquired a Brownie Flash II on Ebay and most likely should have kept the instant camera. Sowith this in mind, I dedicate this shoot to Kodak and have used VSCO Film presets in Lightroom using the Kodak TRI-X 400 Film preset.  Shaun was going for a Ratpack style of shoot his other Ratpackers could not be there so we had fun and bumped into my Photograper friend Cindy Revell  The Brisbane powerhouse is  a popular spot with Photographers.

 

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*

Back to top|Contact me
A b o u t   M e
S e a r c h