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Holidays are over. Time to put things away for another year!

More blogs by Bob Walden We had a wonderful holiday season at our house. Lots of toys, noise and...

Who knew that spectral photography was not dead?

With technology becoming more and more advanced, it is sparking many photographers interest to do something unconventional, unique and a bit antique....

Cleaning Old Family Photographs: Part 3

Cleaning the attic? Cleaning the basement? Cleaning the garage? Oh look! A box of old photos and old photo albums! We need to save...

Cleaning Old Family Photographs: Part 2

Part 1 So many family photos are just lying in boxes, plastic containers and stuck in albums. Stored in attics, basements and sometimes in garages!...

Jack White’s Label Opens a Photo Studio

Jack White is a prolific musician but his inspiration doesn't stop him there. From founding The White Stripes and influencing musicians everywhere, to starting...

Ektachrome Tones are STUNNING!

It's not surprise that photographers were JUMPING at the fact that our local Rochester pride Kodak was rebooting Ektachrome film. The results are now...

Cleaning Old Family Photographs: Part 1

Do you have dirt spots or stains on Aunt Mary’s face? Mold keeping you from handling and digitizing your old family photographs? The first...

SAFE Photo Binder Pages

Many people remember pulling out the old family photo albums and scrapbooks, only to find that photos were discolored, stuck to the pages and...

Kodak relaunches Ektachrome film!

Why did we choose this article? Film photography lovers uniting over Bags Unlimited, we carry products to keep your 35mm film safe, and we have...

Glossary Term: Camera Obscura

Whether it’s painting, photography or our own eyes, Camera Obscura ties them all together. Originally camera obscura was used for more realistic drawings. Camera...

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What’s with all those old film sizes and cameras?

by Bob Walden Kodak was the major photographic company from the 1880’s until the early 1970’s. Kodak was responsible...