A recent Magazine article looked at one of the most important cardboard boxes ever made – the Brownie camera. Created by Kodak, it turned ordinary people into photographers for the first time – the snapshot was born. Readers sent us some of their own photos taken with Brownies, new and old.
This is a post sent to me by our friend Paul Kahn. At the bottom of the post is a link that will allow you to view the entire PDF from the publisher- well worth doing!
Kodak Professional is in Chicago, IL for the annual Society of Photographic Education conference. You can find Tim Ryugo, our national sales manager for professional film, in our Booth #44. along with Keith Canham, owner of K.B. Canham Cameras. Keith tells us how he partnered with Kodak to deliver large format film to the market.Let me introduce myself: I am Keith Canham, owner of K. B. Canham Cameras, Inc. I have built large format cameras for more than 30 years. I did not start building camera with the intent of owning a camera business. I just wanted a large format camera. I had been photographing for more than 10 years when I had my first opportunity to use a 4×5 camera. Up until that time I had used medium format. It was love at first sight with the 4×5. Not the camera, but the image made with it. The…
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