George Eastman

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United States inventor of a dry-plate process of developing photographic film and of flexible film (his firm introduced roll film) and of the box camera and of a process for color photography (1854-1932)


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To make Chromatic Aberration, I worked with preservation prints of two reels of Two-Color Kodachrome from 1922 sent to me by George Eastman House.
This new book from photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb offers a distinctive take on Rochester, a small city in upstate New York that has been home to the company Eastman Kodak since its founding by George Eastman in 1881.
He and Maire sold a postcard printer to Eastman Kodak in 1919, and met George Eastman himself to close the deal.
HONORS AND AWARDS: National Merit Scholarship Commended Student; Massachusetts Association of Secondary School Superintendent's Award for Academic Excellence; George Eastman Young Leaders Award; Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen's Award; Student Government Day representative; Smith College Book Award.
It has drawn an international programme from the likes of the British Film Institute and America's George Eastman House to make Bo'ness a big noise in the world of silent cinema.
Because of photography pioneer George Eastman, the 1880 origins of Eastman Kodak strove, as Eastman said, "to make the camera as easy as the pencil." He succeeded, with the help of a burgeoning advertising industry, and trademarked in 1888 the brand name Kodak, a name he simply made up.
Newport, professor of neurology and director of the Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery at Georgetown, and the former George Eastman Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at Rochester.
Chapters include the history, various notable Westley Richard firearm milestones, biographies of the people who made the company what it is today, as well as subchapters on some of the people who have relied on its firearms: from African hunting great James sutherland to famous writers such as Hemingway and Elmer Keith to royalty and iconic figures such as George Eastman.
Founded during the second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century by George Eastman, a brilliant scientist-entrepreneur, Kodak went on to dominate the market it had created.
Kodak, founded by George Eastman, has agreed a pounds 600million loan from Citigroup to tide it over.
Brooks kept private journals from 1956 until her death in 1985, and bequeathed them to the George Eastman House with instructions they remain sealed for 25 years.
1285 Avenue of the Americas will present "60 from the 60s: Selections from George Eastman House," an exhibition organized by George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, to run through February 18, 2011.