Posts Tagged ‘kodachrome’

“Re-Branding, Web Updates, & Self-Promotion. (Returning to) The Business of Freelancing…” March 2014


New promotional postcards featuring my travel imagery with the dummy paper mockups (lower left & right), and a few mini-business cards (upper left) on Friday, March 7, 2014. About a gazillion years ago when I left the military with shoeboxes full of those rectangular trademark yellow cardboard transparency boxes, negative pages and sleeves of my […]

Kodak Teeters on the Brink of Bankruptcy. 5•Jan.•12


I made this image of the rice farmer near Pohang, South Korea back in the mid-1980’s on Kodachrome Professional 64 with an old Nikon FM2 or similar body with a fast Nikon telephoto zoom. (I was an active duty US Marine, training in the field at the time. You know, “Back in the day…”) The […]

Kodachrome is retired by Eastman Kodak Co. 22•June•09

“Goodbye, Old friend…” Ever since I can remember, I’ve wanted to take pictures. Like the pros. Used to cut out images from the major magazines, and literally tape them to my bedroom wall as a teenager growing up on the NJ Shore. I’d also collect these clippings in binders and committed to memory the name […]