KODAK video podcast channel

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  1. Marco B

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    Hi all,

    I just noticed Kodak actually has a (new?) video podcast channel with interviews with renowned photographers on their website (also a few audio-only podcasts):

    http://www.kodak.com/US/en/corp/pressCenter/newPodcast/podcastPro.jhtml?pq-path=13644

    The videos are professionally done of course, and some of you may enjoy it as well... There is of course unavoidably a little bit more chit-chat about the Kodak films and digital here and there, but nothing problematic...

    Marco
     
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    Specially recommended, the video podcast with photographer Pep Bonet about Darfur... Tough and haunting, but good BW documentary photography...
     
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    Thanks for the info on this great site. I viewed and enjoyed several photographers work.
     
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    They are promoting Kodachrome, and discontinuing it ?:confused:
     
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    Well, to me the quotes by the photographers sounded more like nice farewell songs :wink: ... of course, ignoring Kodachrome altogether would have been impossible with well established middle age photographers being interviewed, so it had to come up in some way. As they say: "Nothing but good about the dead..."
     
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    Actually every instance mentioning Kodachrome also mentions how good Ektachrome is. So they're trying to keep Kodachrome customers buying Kodak film.

    Thanks for the post Marco. I would never have seen it.
    Dan