Vintage Rolled Photographic Film

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7,900 6,715

Eastman, the founder of Kodak, wanted to simplify photography and make it available to everyone, not just trained photographers. So in 1883, Eastman announced the invention of photographic film in rolls. When the first Kodak camera entered the market, it was pre-loaded with enough film for 100 exposures. After the film was exposed, meaning all the shots were taken, the whole camera was returned to the Kodak Company in Rochester, New York where the film was developed, prints were made and the new photographic film was inserted. The camera and prints were then returned to the customer.Today most of us take photos digitally, either with our phones, tablets or a digital camera and it’s easy to forget that it wasn’t always so easy to snap a picture.Viewers will sure be transported to the times when camera was a luxury and clicks were limited when they look at this frame.


FEATURES

  • Choose from the single and more frame combinations. Please refer to the DIMENSIONS below.
  • Prints on high quality matte finish canvas.
  • Frames come ready to hang on the wall.
  • Choose from the following framing types:

1. Mounted Artwork
  • Mounted on a wooden frame.
  • High quality canvas stretched on a wooden frame.

2. Mounted Artwork with Black Frame

  • High quality canvas stretched on a wooden frame and accented by a black frame all around.


DIMENSIONS: 

Single Frame Large: 54"W x 30"H

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