Nikon Closes Two Japanese Camera Lens Factories As Market Shrinks
A personal favorite. Great photos and a worthwhile essay here:
PHOTOS: The Essence Of Mary Ellen Mark, The Invisible Made Visible
Not a total surprise:
Nikon in 'Dire Straits' as its Slump is Particularly Untimely: Report
Canada's largest photo retailer is all but done--24 million bucks short. Soothing comeback promises from the CEO aside, COVID-19 took down a...
Seems Nikon is looking to put the D600 in an unmarked grave:
Nikon shuttering its D600 sensor ‘dust’ repair program in January 2020
Fujifilm NEOPAN 100 ACROS II Ships Soon in 35mm and 120 (Exclusive)
Well worth a look:
Shirley Baker’s Half Century of Street Photography
Cindy Crawford, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan: An ’80s Fashion Mystery
An interesting article:
The Racial Bias Built Into Photography
Nothing quite like it:
What’s the Opposite of a Cellphone Photo?
Hoping they can pull off an Ilford-style recovery:
Tetenal, one of the world's largest photographic chemical manufacturers is shutting down after...
Lots to unpack but not exactly great news:
Reports State That Kodak Alaris is Looking to Sell Assets
EXCLUSIVE: Kodak (Alaris) up for sale! -...
Results are in:
Motion Picture Films are Driving Kodak's Consumer and Film Division
Looks fairly certain given Fuji's pattern of film cancellations. The company's reliance on film revenues is tiny, which is likely why it's held on...
Perhaps closer to a shelf near you:
The Return of Kodak Ektachrome Film is Nigh
<p>Well worth a look:</p>
<p>Though a bit light on documentation, it does reveal some interesting--if limited--findings:</p>...
<p>Some striking stuff here as well as in his Foundation archives page:</p>...
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