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This retro-inspired camera records dreamy-looking GIFs that replicate vintage 8mm film!

Here’s a camera that arguably does for the social-media generation what the Polaroid did for the generations before us. Inspired by Super 8, the Fragment 8 is a handheld camera that lets you record almost as if you were using Instagram filters. The camera mimics recording using 8mm film, giving your videos a uniquely vintage touch, and features rotating, interchangeable lenses that add a variety of dreamy filters and bokeh to your videos. In a world that’s increasingly looking at new ways to c...
Tags: Deals, Design, Technology, Instagram, Digital, Kodak, Camera, Cameras, Keystone, Shop, Polaroid, Product Design, Lens, Li, Fragment 8 Retro Camera, Martin Chan


Kodak Black Professes His Love for Zendaya From Jail With Valentine’s Day Poem

With Valentine’s Day season in full swing, people all across the country are searching for love, but few are doing it quite as publicly as rapper Kodak Black, who apparently has it bad for actress/singer Zendaya. Rather than sliding into Zendaya’s DMs, Kodak decided to let everyone in the world know his intentions with a public Instagram post featuring a poem he wrote specifically for his Hollywood crush. “Zoolin in a ice box frozen in time,” Kodak wrote. “But mentally you’re my Valentine. Hope ...
Tags: Hbo, Celebs, Hollywood, Instagram, Kodak, Valentine's Day, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Lol, Zendaya, Valentine, Kodak Black, Tom, celebs on Instagram, Tom Holland Zendaya


Why did it take me so long to start shooting Kodak Tri-X?

I started my journey in film photography in late 2016, and have since been working my way through the various film stocks I can get my hands on; in production, expired, experimental or alternative. Kodak Tri-X is usually at the top of most peoples list for films to work with, so when I recently loaded […] The post Why did it take me so long to start shooting Kodak Tri-X? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Kodak, Simon King, Film Photograhy, Kodak Tri X, Tri-X


Photography Flashback: Do You Remember Flashcubes?

Do You Remember Flashcubes? Here is a brief history and working of the flashcubes. The post Photography Flashback: Do You Remember Flashcubes? appeared first on Light Stalking. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Camera Gear, Sylvania, Flashcubes, Vintage Flash


Kodak posts advisory on how to travel with film through new airport CT scanners

A couple of months ago, it was announced that some airports across the US had switched over from the more traditional X-Ray machines to use Computer Tomography (CT) scanners to check passenger luggage. Unlike film, which can usually handle a few x-rays just fine if it’s low ISO, CT scans will destroy pretty much any […] The post Kodak posts advisory on how to travel with film through new airport CT scanners appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, US, Film photography, Kodak, X-ray, Airport, Scanner, Scanners, X-ray And Film


The best photo scanners for 2020

Got a box of old photos to scan, or a batch of fresh film to digitize? The best photo scanners offer high-resolution, colorful scans along with features to make the scanning process less tedious.
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Trends, Computing, Best Of, Canon, Epson, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything, Photo Scanner, Tier 4


Big Bokeh on a Budget

Many lenses that are popular (at least aspirationally) these days are big, heavy, expensive and fast (BHEF for short, if you'll tolerate it). It's downright odd: when I started photography I shot Kodak Plus-X, which had an ASA/ISO speed of 125, but which I rated at an exposure index (E.I.) of 80. On top of that I used a medium yellow filter, which cut out another 2/3 stops of light. And my two "prime" (single-focal-length) lenses had maximum apertures of ƒ/2.8. When T-Max P3200 was introduced (w...
Tags: Photography, Mississippi, Kodak, Photo-tech, Michael Johnston, Slater, Michael C Johnston, Carl Zeiss, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Shooting techniques, Albert D Richardson


The Rocky History of Kodak and Christmas Captured in New Video Doc

For most of us, Christmas Kodak moments might be lost in time, like tears in the rain, but the memories remain and, for some of us, they are quite palpable still. That’s because Kodak has ruined many... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Photography News, Christmas Kodak


This 60-year-old Kodak ad will put you in a Christmas mood

If you enjoy vintage camera ads, here’s one that’s perfect for “the most wonderful time of the year.” In this video, you’ll see how Kodak promoted its products back in 1959. And if you’re still not in the holiday mood, this ad might just bring you closer to being there. The ad in the video […] The post This 60-year-old Kodak ad will put you in a Christmas mood appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Kodak, Ads, Vintage, Vintage Cameras


Kodak shuts down Kodakit, its Uber-like photography service

In early 2017, Kodak launched Kodakit, an on-demand photography service often referred to as “the Uber of Photography.” But only three years later, the company is shutting down the service. Starting from early 2020, Kodak will wind down Kodakit and terminate the photographers’ contracts. The news is yet to be announced on Kodakit’s website, but […] The post Kodak shuts down Kodakit, its Uber-like photography service appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Kodak, Service, Photo shoot, Photographer, Photography App, Kodakit


Kodak Ending Its On-Demand Photography Service Kodakit

So long Kodakit, we barely knew you. Another Kodak product bites the dust next year but it doesn’t seem like many people will miss it. Kodak announced that they would be ending their on-demand app... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Photography News


Fall TOP Print Sale Coming Soon! (Press Release)

Don't forget that our only print sale for the Fall of this year and the last TOP print sale of 2019 will start ONE WEEK FROM TOMORROW on November 29th! There's an important catch, so read my comments down below the press release. Here's the press release: Download "Upcoming Dye Transfer Print Sale" press release You can help us out (please?) by posting this at other sites and forums you visit and participate in. Feel free to use any or all of it. Here's the text: November 20, 2019—for immedi...
Tags: Photography, US, Kodak, San Francisco, Dye, Print Offers, Ctein, Michael Johnston, Don, Michael C Johnston, Mike Johnston, Pacific Standard Time, Hoving, Thomas Hoving


Dye Transfer and Me, Part IV: Where Most of the Work Is

Fig. 1 Words and photos by Ctein Dye Transfer and Me: A Meandering Half-Century Journey: As a prelude to the big Black Friday Dye Transfer Sale I'm writing a series of columns talking about dye transfer—how it worked, what it meant to me and other photographers and printers, and our perpetual jousting with Eastman Kodak. (Important note: You cannot put in print orders or requests before the sale. Please don't email me your preferences in advance.) Part 4 of an Uncertain Number... In Which T...
Tags: Photography, New York, California, Kodak, San Francisco, Bob, Ctein, Frank, Eastman Kodak, Michael Johnston, Frank McLaughlin, Film and Darkroom, Frog Prince, Eastman House, Ctein Dye Transfer, Phil Condax Louis


Dye Transfer and Me, Part III: Sweat and Tears

Words and photo by Ctein Dye Transfer and Me: A Meandering Half-Century Journey: As a prelude to the big Black Friday Dye Transfer Sale I'm writing a series of columns talking about dye transfer—how it worked, what it meant to me and other photographers and printers, and our perpetual jousting with Eastman Kodak. (Important note: You cannot put in print orders or requests before the sale. Please don't email me your preferences in advance.) Part 3 of an Uncertain Number... In Which Our Hero Dot...
Tags: Photography, US, Kodak, San Francisco, Karen, Dave, Rochester, Bob, Terry, Ctein, Frank, Petersen, Eastman Kodak, Michael Johnston, Paul Farber, Frank McLaughlin


Ilford Multigrade RC Deluxe Photo Paper

Written by Oren Grad What goes around comes around: What’s so special about the new Multigrade RC Deluxe paper?Ilford’s most widely-used darkroom paper, Multigrade RC Deluxe, has been revised for the first time in 25 years. (The previous version was called Multigrade IV RC Deluxe, typically known by darkroom workers as "Multigrade IV RC" or "MGIVRC"; the new paper is called simply Multigrade RC Deluxe, dropping the IV. We're abbreviating this to "MGRC.") In its announcement, Harman Technology no...
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Delta, Max, Michael Johnston, Mike, Ilford, Oren, Sal Santamaura, Oren Grad, Film and Darkroom, Dave Karp, Harman Technology, Ilford Multigrade, MGRC Deluxe


Dye Transfer and Me: A Meandering Half-Century Journey

Part 1 of an Uncertain Number I made this! A very early dye transfer, likely one of the first four orfive photographs I printed in this medium. I still like it. Words and photo by Ctein As a prelude to the big Black Friday Dye Transfer Sale I'll be writing several columns talking about dye transfer—how it worked, what it meant to me and other photographers and printers, and our perpetual jousting with Eastman Kodak. Indeed, there was much jousting. As the title says, this is about me. Not jus...
Tags: Photography, US, Kodak, East Coast, Polaroid, Sierra Club, Pentax, Ctein, Petersen, Eastman Kodak, Michael Johnston, Caltech, Charlie, Alan Fairley, KMS Industries, Michael Elenko


That Magic Lens

I like empirical tests. Especially when people get carried away and start telling me magic-bullet stories about lenses. I haven't told this first story in a number of years, and newer readers might not have heard it, so I thought I'd retell it this morning. Many years ago I tried to empirically test the claims that there was a "Leica lens look." I made ten very good 11x14 prints, and asked Leica fans to identify which pictures were made with Leica lenses. I even told them how many of the ten pic...
Tags: Home Depot, Photography, Colorado, Wallpaper, Kodak, Photo Techniques, Nasa, United States, Porsche, Olympus, Panasonic, Bob, Nikon, Canon, Lenses, Jones


Sunday Support Group: New Lens, New Eye

"Sight is the soul's perfect delight." —A medieval Pope, although I can't find the citation Well last week was weird—it was like TOP in slow motion. Wednesday's post took till Friday to complete, and then it took another day to get the comments done. Pace that old joke about baseball*, I crammed into four days the work I usually complete in one. Still, it was pleasant. I love books. I was all set to begin a career in rare books when I was diverted into photography, a course change which t...
Tags: Photography, New York, Kodak, Pope, Jones, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Canandaigua, Loyd, Sunday Support Group, Jim Schley, New Lens New Eye, Kenneth Mees, Holly B Hindman, Eye Center


How do I take better photos? | Ask Jack

Lyndsay wants people to post better pictures on Facebook. Here’s how to get the shot right on your phone or cameraSo many people post pictures on Facebook with very advanced cameras, eg from iPhones. Alas, many do not crop their photos, the horizon is not horizontal, there are dark shadows … Some people do not even know the camera can face outwards: I notice so many selfies! I think a gentle article from Jack Schofield on how not to disappoint your friends with holiday pics would be wonderful. L...
Tags: Facebook, Photography, Technology, Media, Social Networking, Kodak, Digital Media, Jack, Lyndsay, Facebook Here, Jack Schofield


Open Mike: Fun, the Final Frontier

["Open Mike" is the Editorial Page of TOP, expressing Yr. Hmbl. Editor's own idiosyncratic opinions exclusively. Readers are neither required nor expected to agree! Visitors are encouraged not to take umbrage! Open Mike appears on Wednesdays on TOP.] - For the last 20 years we've been amusing ourselves by demanding better and better digital cameras. And we got everything we ever asked for and more. Cameras now have everything. Absolutely everything. Except one thing. There's just one single, s...
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Diana, Photo Equipment, Photo-tech, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, SBR, Deardorff, Bruce Fraser


Mini Cam

Well I'll be dipped. The little Rollei A110 actually works still! I shouldn't be surprised; it's a solidly constructed little brick that went for (if I'm converting Deutschmarks right) between $150 and $200 when they started shipping in '75. That's not a cheap toy camera. It needs to be manually focused, and I sometimes missed. (Although it made the dogwood look ethereal on that drizzly day...)  Oops. ("Hey, what Instagram filter is that?") The film was current production Lomography Tiger 11...
Tags: Instagram, Guns, Kodak, Tam, Rollei, Neat-o, Pickcher Takin, Mini Cam


New Music: Kodak Black “Expeditiously”

Kodak Black and T.I. have been going back and forth over social media. Their issues stems from Black’s disrespectful comments about model/actress Lauren London after the death of her boyfriend Nipsey Hussle. After firing shots back and forth on Instagram over the past week, T.I. previewed a snippet of a track with some lyrics directed towards Kodak. The Florida rapper decides to step up to the mic, releasing the song “Expeditiously.” On the record, Kodak takes aim at T.I. and his wife Tiny, ...
Tags: Florida, Instagram, Kodak, Beef, Jazz, Nipsey Hussle, New Music, Kodak Black, Lauren London, T.i


Kodak Black to The Game: “You Was a Booty Shaker! 50 Cent Had to Get You off the Pole!”

Even though basically all of social media has explained to Kodak Black that he was way out of line for his comments about Lauren London shortly after Nipsey Hussle’s murder, the rapper is still popping off at the mouth over the criticism. His latest target: The Game.Kodak hopped on Instagram Live and let it be known that he doesn’t care about what Game had to say because of his alleged stripper past.“50 [Cent] grabbed that boy off the pole,” Kodak said before directly addressing Game.“You was a ...
Tags: Videos, Celebs, London, Instagram, Kodak, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, 50 Cent, Nipsey Hussle, Kodak Black, The Game, Lauren, celebs on Instagram, Lauren London, London Hussle


Kodak Black (Sort of) Apologizes to Lauren London: “I’m Sorry if I Disrespected You, But I Didn’t”

Kodak Black doesn’t feel like he disrespected Lauren London by saying he would give her a year of “crying and sh*t” over her boyfriend Nipsey Hussle’s murder before hollering at her, but he’s apologizing anyway.Over the weekend, Kodak made a series of insensitive comments about London grieving Hussle on his Instagram Live.“Lauren London that baby, though. She about to be out here single,” Kodak said. “She’s finna be a whole widow out here. I’ll be the best man I can be for her. I’ll give her a w...
Tags: Celebs, London, Instagram, Kodak, Georgia, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Controversy, Backlash, Nipsey Hussle, Trending, Kodak Black, The Game, Don, Hussle


Felicities of the Smartphone (Guest Post)

Words and pictures by Mark Power The TOP post from the other day, "The Most Amazing Thing About Photography Circa 2019," is a wonderful reflection on the growing acceptability of the cellphone camera. Mike's experiences with analog photography bought back a lot of memories because they exactly parallel my own experiences back in the day. Some time ago, I realized that everything I learned from doing analog photography has mostly disappeared from my conscious memory. A while ago, a student who h...
Tags: Photography, Nbc, Samsung, Kodak, Chicago, Photographers, Sony, Nikon, Huawei, Dslr, Hdr, Pentax, Dennis, Visual Culture, Michael Johnston, Mark


The Most Amazing Thing About Photography Circa 2019

Bob Gary was right in saying that the "Complexification" post the other day "hit a nerve." I think so too. The best thing I got out of the discussion was the "aside" in the Featured Comment by Dennis, who wrote: I know plenty of people who have turned away from entry level cameras (ILC or fixed lens) in favor of their phones, but I think that's due to the ease of sharing photos taken with a phone. As an aside, I truly believe that many people do not think that their phone is a 'good enough' cam...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Time, Samsung, Kodak, ISO, United States, Sony, Nikon, Hdr, Canon, Max, Dennis, Woodstock, Michael Johnston, David Lee


This Beer Develops Kodak Super 8 Film

The inverse popularity curves of beer and film over time has not stopped Dogfish Head brewery from developing a beverage that is not only a tribute in name but actually capable of developing Kodak... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, News, Kodak, Kodak Super


This craft beer was formulated to develop Kodak 8mm film

Craft beers can have really interesting ingredients and flavors, and even get a little quirky. Delaware craft brewer Dogfish Head has launched a unique beer that will quench your thirst and let you develop film. It’s named SuperEIGHT and yes, just as the name suggests, it can be used to process Super8 motion picture film. […] The post This craft beer was formulated to develop Kodak 8mm film appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Kodak, Beer, Super 8, Delaware, Film Developing


Kodak CEO Calls It Quits

Like the old song goes, you gotta know when to hold ‘em, and know when to fold ‘em. For Kodak’s CEO, it seems like now is the best time to cash in his chips. Jeff Clarke will be leaving Eastman Kodak... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, News, Kodak, Eastman Kodak, Jeff Clarke


Brand Sunsets (and Kodakit)

I wish there were such a thing as "brand sunsets." A sunset provision in public policy, as you might know, is "a measure within a statute, regulation or other law that provides that the law shall cease to have effect after a specific date, unless further legislative action is taken to extend the law." It would be nice if brand names had to be retired after the conditions which earned them their luster in the first place had changed irrevocably for the worse. So many great brand names get dragged...
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Leica, Eastman Kodak, Michael Johnston, Photo Industry, Michael C Johnston, Jeff Clarke, Leitz, Ernst Leitz, Kodakit, Michael J Perini, Investopedia Original



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