Kodak's portfolio on display at photokina 2012 will be through work of top photographers.
Stunning images from up and coming and established photographers will grace the walls of the Eastman Kodak Company booth at Photokina 2012 (Booth E20, Hall 4.2). The images, captured on Kodak’s portfolio of color negative and black & white films, show the ongoing love affair photographers have with film photography.
“Earlier this year, we posted ‘Film Matters: Tell Us Why,’ to our Facebook page and people replied with this amazing passion,” said Dennis Olbrich, General Manager, Film, Paper & Output Systems and Vice President, Consumer Business, Eastman Kodak Company. “From the method of capture to the development process to the look and feel of the print, the common theme of all posts was this emotional attachment to the medium of film; that shooting film is an experience and feeling. We've always said that we simply provide the tools, and our focus is ensuring it's the highest quality film we can provide the market. What these walls here at Photokina show is how the tools we create are brought to life by photographers globally, from those just starting out to those with a long and storied history with photography.”
Photographers featured in the show include Frederic Lagrange, Michael Crouser, Eric Warner, Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud, Joe McGorty, and Ronan Guillou.
For more information on Kodak professional films or other Kodak professional products, visit the Kodak website.