Ep. 140: Kodak Tries to Make Film Happen…Again – and more

Episode 140 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Landscape photographer, Alex Noriega

In This Episode

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Landscape photographer Alex Noriega opens the show. Thanks Alex!

Kodak announces its plans to produce Ektachrome color reversal film amid a resurgence in film photography. (#)

Rumors heat up that Sigma’s 24-70mm f/2.8 Art is on its way by Summer 2017. (#)

Panasonic announces its Lumix GH5 with some pretty sweet new features. (#)

If you believe the rumors, DJI is acquiring a majority stake, and thus, control over Hasselblad. (#)

An update on our listener question from Episode 139 where Michael in NYC told us about his college requiring students to take a film photography class before digital photography classes could be taken. On my request, he emailed the head of the department and received a surprising answer.


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