tfttf567 – First Kodak, now Efke – Making Sense Of It All

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Jail Kitchen by Monika Andrae

Chris and Monika discuss the current changes in the film industry, including Kodak’s plans to sell their film division and Efke’s announcement to stop making photographic films and papers. Find out why Chris and Monika are not too concerned about these developments. Also learn how you can enter 4×5 large format photography for as low as $300.

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Author: Chris Marquardt

Chris Marquardt is co-author of Absolut analog and The Film Photography Handbook. He's also known as a photographic mythbuster and the host of Tips from the Top Floor, the world's longest running photography show. Chris has taught photography all over the world and his mission is to enable anybody to become a better photographer. He is also a regular guest on the TWiT Network.

3 thoughts on “tfttf567 – First Kodak, now Efke – Making Sense Of It All”

  1. Hi Chris, I came across your podcast this morning and I love it. I’m hoping a group like Harman will come along and buy Kodak’s film business, as you mentioned it is profitable and like you, I would miss Tri-X especially in 120 format

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