Wednesday, January 21, 2015

film

two choices,
but only one film available

11 comments:

Tom said...

Here in Rochester, NY, Kodak was a big deal. Not anymore. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Film is kind of a bygone thing -- I wonder if my grandkids even know what it is!

Thank you so much or hosting .

Gemma Wiseman said...

Kodak was the big and almost the monopoly on film in my Australia world. Those days are gone here too.

Andy said...

I got my first digital camera for a Christmas gift in 2001 and have not used film since.

RedPat said...

Kodak was a major employer in Toronto - now gone!

happywonderer.com said...

I had Kodak Cameras and have used Fuji Film. Things have sure changed in the whole photo world!

Taken For Granted said...

Went through miles of Kodak film, mostly b&w, but color slide film as well. Used to buy it in 100' rolls and wind my own cassettes to save money. Now film is free, and no ore time in the darkroom.

Linda said...

Film required a different kind of discipline because you could not take an endless number of images. And of course cropping and brightening the image required a darkroom or at least an extra expense at the local photo store. Still, my camera batteries only had to be changed once a year! I miss that.

Cathy said...

Hello there
Just 'found' this meme. Is there a prepublished list of topics or does one wait until your post to discover what the topic is?
Cathy

Cloudia said...

oh, is you link-up closed? Too bad....




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