Did you know Kodak is STILL a billion-dollar company? This is the most overwhelming camera history video we have made. Kodak's founder, George Eastman, was interesting, brilliant, and strange enough to have an entire podcast dedicated to him. Did you know he was related to Emily Dickinson and the Colgate toothpaste people? Did you know he tried photography exactly once before realizing he wanted to improve the process? Kodak started with dry plates, evolved to offer film (and cameras to sell that film), became a monopoly, invented the digital camera, and then went BANKRUPT! WHY? Was it Kodak's fault? Could things have been different? Tony and I dug through entirely too much information, talked too long, had margaritas, and tried to sum it all up in an hour. There were too many bits of information so here are our Sources and Citations: https://docs.google.com/document/d/14UqtdRIJkVTcLX-_NrMOtbMrLId06j5Yt6ghse5yJJk/edit?usp=sharing
Many of us are suddenly telecommuting and working from home. Tony & Chelsea Northrup have a combined 26 years of work-from-home experience, during which time they've published dozens of books and thousands of videos. They share their mistakes as well as their tips for keeping home and work separate, communicating with coworkers, and taking care of your children (without losing your job).
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The COVID-19 coronavirus has slammed the stock markets around the world and it could do serious damage to camera manufacturers and the photography community as a whole. In this Picture This podcast episode, Tony & Chelsea Northrup research how the Coronavirus is impacting manufacturing capabilities for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm and other camera manufacturers. They also discuss the possibility of the Olympics being cancelled and how shutdowns in Japan will impact technology advancement.
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