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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...

New Photo Display

NEW: Toploader for 6 x 4” Photos Why we chose this product: These rigid vinyl holders are open on one long side which means less...

How Photography Expanded Our World View

Recording history has come a long way. From early cave drawings to the digital age, people have been able to see the past and...

New Digital Photo Sleeves

When storing and displaying images, it's important to be using materials that will keep them protected from acid and light. Bags Unlimited new digital...

The Camera George Eastman Patented That Changed History

IT was an invention that would literally transform the way the world saw itself. On this day, 130 years ago, George Eastman received a patent...

35mm Negative Storage: Binder Sleeves vs Boxes

35mm slides viewed through a slide projector were once the standard method of viewing foreign countries in geography class or your neighbor's vacation pictures....

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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!...