Blog posts tagged with '#kodak #kodakwideformatmedia'

Monday, February 1, 2021
Embracing change: Kodak's focus in 2021

Kodak Wide-format Media continues to adapt to changes in the market and strives to provide the quality media you have come to know and expect. In 2021, Kodak will continue to focus on imaging science, a long-standing tradition of social responsibility, and research and development into broadening our product portfolio.

Choose the brand that has been in the imaging business for 140 years, has photographed the surface of the moon, has nine Oscars for scientific and technical excellence, and continues to meet the challenges and opportunities of the print industry in 2021.

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Kodak will continue to stay in touch with industry changes and together we will find new and profitable market opportunities in 2021.

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Monday, January 13, 2020
Art Works in Office Environments with Kodak Media

Canvas art for office walls is an important element in commercial décor and can help portray a company’s culture and values, boost productivity, and enhance creativity.

Look to Commercial Art Services, the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Art Reproduction Houses, and Interior Design Professionals for growing opportunities in canvas print reproduction for office décor. Kodak Canvas and Photo Paper proudly hang on the walls of corporations worldwide and have long been the choice of designers. Offer the brand that is known for quality and dependability and take advantage of this expanding market.

Monday, December 2, 2019
Get ready for the holidays with Kodak canvas and photo paper!

The gift-giving season is upon us and the demand for canvas and photo paper for personalized gifts is at its highest. Beautiful photos and treasured memories printed on KODAK Wide Format Photo Paper or KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Canvas make cherished gifts. Offer your customers the Kodak products that are currently in high demand.


Photo Paper

Both papers carry the ArtSure Certification for archival properties, ensuring the paper has been independently tested for light-fastness and permanence.

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Friday, November 1, 2019
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. Not much further down the photographic timeline, in 1880, George Eastman sets up the Eastman Dry Plate Company now known as Kodak, and later introduces the first box camera. The rest is history. Kodak has many more notable milestones on the road to the printed photo as we know it today.

Kodak is known for their innovation and Kodak Wide-format Media employs the same pioneering technology and the same benefits that the first photographers looked for:

  • Archival properties of light-fastness and permanence
  • Wide color gamut to reproduce colors accurately
  • Lay-flat properties to avoid curling
  • Finishes—now available glossy, lustre, matte, metallic

When you think of photographic printing, you think of Kodak. Offer the time-tested quality and assurance of Kodak Wide-format Media.

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Thursday, August 15, 2019
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 because it was impossible to mispronounce, and K was Eastman’s favorite letter.
  2. George Eastman donated most of his fortune to an array of universities and charitable institutions, including MIT and the University of Rochester under the pseudonym “Mr. Smith.”
  3. In the mid-1930s, Kodak researchers designed and built the world's first electronic color separation scanner to prepare images for printing.
  4. In the mid-sixties, NASA launched a series of spacecrafts to photograph the moon's surface in preparation for the Apollo landing. Each carried an ingenious photographic system, designed and built by Kodak.
  5. During World War II, Kodak devised films to detect radiation exposure for workers developing the atomic bomb. Kodak adapted this film and imaging technology to meet special needs in the health industry.

Kodak first started selling printing materials in 1912. Kodak Wide-format Media continues the legacy of innovation and provides the same Kodak brand quality you have come to know and expect from the brand.

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