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From Pinholes to Polaroids—a Brief History of Photo Printing
From Pinholes to Polaroids—a Brief History of Photo Printing

It’s hard to imagine a world without the photograph. And yet, photography has only been in existence for about 200 years. The first photographic image was produced in 1822 by the French Inventor Nicéphorus Niépce — “View from the Window at Le Gras” using a material that hardened on exposure to light...

Prints for Refugees: Supporting Doctors of the World through the Sale of Photographic Prints
Prints for Refugees: Supporting Doctors of the World through the Sale of Photographic Prints

London-based photographer, Mark Sherratt, was moved by heartbreaking news stories of the humanitarian crisis of displaced migrants fleeing war and genocide in their home countries. In response, Mark started the organization Prints for Refugees, a project selling art prints donated by photographers t...

5 Fun Facts you Might not Know about Kodak
5 Fun Facts you Might not Know about Kodak

Since 1884, Kodak has been the brand customers associate with high-quality imaging products. Kodak’s long and fascinating history has made it one of the world’s most widely recognized and trusted brands.

Did you know?

  1. The name Kodak was made up by its founder, American inventor George Eastman be...
Prints: The Fastest-growing Segment of the Art Market
Prints: The Fastest-growing Segment of the Art Market

Prints and fine art reproductions have long been the ‘red-headed step-child’ of the Art World—not fully recognized. Limited editions are signed by the artist, but they are still facsimiles of the “real thing”—a way for fledgling art-buyers to boast, “I have a Peter Max on my wall” but not viewed by ...

To the moon and back with Kodak - 50 years of out of this world images and prints
To the moon and back with Kodak - 50 years of out of this world images and prints

This week, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon on July 20, 1969. Kodak played a key role in this monumental achievement through photographic and scientific capabilities. 

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  • The intended landing spot for Apollo 11 was not random–Kodak technology help...
Kodak’s 'Print for Good' campaign—a Brand that Matters
Kodak’s 'Print for Good' campaign—a Brand that Matters

Kodak is transforming the lives of millions of children with their Print for Good program by creating a volunteer printer network that produces thousands of children’s books and school supplies to benefit some of the world’s most disadvantaged populations. Kodak is calling on printer partners to sup...

4 Ideas to Help PSPs Enter the Photo Merchandising Market
4 Ideas to Help PSPs Enter the Photo Merchandising Market

Market research analysts predict that the photo merchandising market in the US will grow during the next few years generating an approximate revenue of $9.2 billion by 2022 * offering a huge growth opportunity for PSPs. For print service providers who are willing to take a chance in a new market, he...

'Prints for Refugees': Supporting 'Doctors of the World' through the Sale of Photographic Prints
'Prints for Refugees': Supporting 'Doctors of the World' through the Sale of Photographic Prints

London-based photographer, Mark Sherratt, was moved by heartbreaking news stories of the humanitarian crisis of displaced migrants fleeing war and genocide in their home countries. In response, Mark started the organization Prints for Refugees, a project selling art prints donated by photographers t...

Print plays a key role in omni-channel marketing
Print plays a key role in omni-channel marketing

Consumers today engage with brands in multiple ways through multiple channels both online and offline. In this new world of omni-channel marketing, print remains a dominant force.

ArtSure-certified Kodak Paper Guarantees Quality
ArtSure-certified Kodak Paper Guarantees Quality

ArtSure certified media has been independently tested for archival properties of lightfastness and permanence.