“By choosing to use ‘choreograph,’ drawing with space, as a noun, I am noting its similarity to ‘photograph,’ drawing with light.” — James Welling
With World War I over and Kodak’s global expansion well underway, Eastman focused on making the company a leader in industrial relations and making Rochester a better place to live for his workers.
From photography’s beginnings, clouds had been central to aesthetic and technological debates in photographic circles. Moreover, they featured in discussions about the nature of the medium itself.
The first successful roll-film hand camera, the Kodak, was launched publicly in the summer of 1888.