On June 22, Eastman Kodak Company announced that it will retire Kodachrome color film this year, concluding its 74-year run.
This is quite a long time for any single product to be offered by any manufacturer. Kodak says that Kodachrome represents just a fraction of one percent of Kodak’s total sales of still-picture films. That’s pretty darn small and the fact that they’ve held on to it for this long really is a testament to Kodak’s endurance. Continue reading ‘They took my Kodachrome away.’