Each preset is made to resemble a real film from a specific scanner
It's based on a classic design from the 1940s.
Very little roll film was made in the late 1800s, and now the Eastman Museum now has two of the oldest unexposed rolls of Kodak in existence
In case you're tired of your house smelling like chemicals
This roll of Kodak T-Max 400 Expired During the Fourth Season of Seinfeld
If we could get all Buzzfeed for a moment...
One of the few C-41 processing black and white films is no more
The recently revealed deal would have studios commit to buying a set amount of film
In the early 90s, NASA was already sending nascent digital imaging technology into space
Courtesy of the Vest Pocket Kodak
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