It’s impossible to discuss the history of photographic technology without Kodak looming large. While the company has become something of a case study in technological flat-footedness, it served for decades as a pioneer and popularizer of photography.
Chris Marquardt, of Tips from the Top Floor, was fortunate enough to get a private tour at the Kodak Technology vault with Todd Gustavson, the company’s technical curator.
It’s a fascinating tour, not just through Kodak history, but photographic history as well.
Hat tip: Michael Zhang
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