Bummer he chose to use an inaccurate and provocative headline to engage his potential donors:
"Rural Transitions: A Photographer shoots the last sheets of Kodak film ever made".
While it is a cool project, I feel like he threw the rest of the film using world under the proverbial web-hype bus in the name of ensuring his fiscal goals were met....and they were not.
Also, back in April, a rep from Kodak thanked Henry from B&H for "Setting the record straight" on a post on Facebook for KB Canham LF cameras:
"As far back as 2010 Kodak made this film available as a special order only with a minimum order of $15,000.00. I've asked our film buyer who confirmed it is indeed special order with a ten-week lead time. He also reported we expect to have some in stock before the end of the month."
B&H shows 139 10 sheet boxes of TMY and over 200 boxes of TMX in 8x10, FYI....