Holocaust-Selfies

Es gibt Orte an denen kann man nicht alles fotografieren und es gibt Orte an denen ist das auch gut so. Warum Selfies am Holocaust-Mahnmal daneben sind hat noch niemand so gut erklärt wie Shahk Shapira.

Vielleicht merkt so mancher, worum es an dem Ort wirklich geht.

 
Er hat diese Selfies genommen und sie mit Bildmaterial aus Vernichtungslagern kombiniert. Das Ergebnis kann man sich auf www.yolocaust.de anschauen.

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Ektachrome kommt wieder!

Wiederkommen, das ist ja erstmal auch eine klassische Tätigkeit für einen Color-Reversal-Film.

Und so kann man sich freuen, daß im neuen Jahr Kodak den Ektachrome wieder als 135er konfektionieren wird und damit das Weiterleben analoger Fotografie nachhaltig sichert.

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Hier die frohe Kunde als Pressemitteilung:

Kodak Alaris Reintroduces Iconic EKTACHROME Still Film

Beloved Chrome Slide Film to be Available in Fourth Quarter 2017

ROCHESTER, N.Y. and LAS VEGAS, NV January 5, 2017 – Kodak Alaris announced at CES 2017 that it would be reintroducing the iconic KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTACHROME Color Reversal Film for professional and enthusiast photography. The new EKTACHROME film will support 135-36x camera formats and be available in fourth quarter 2017.

KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTACHROME Film has a distinctive look that was the choice for generations of photographers before being discontinued in 2012. The film, known for its extremely fine grain, clean colors, great tones and contrasts, became iconic in no small part due the extensive use of slide film by National Geographic Magazine over several decades.

Resurgence in the popularity of analog photography has created demand for new and old film products alike. Sales of professional photographic films have been steadily rising over the last few years, with professionals and enthusiasts rediscovering the artistic control offered by manual processes and the creative satisfaction of a physical end product.

“Film is our heritage and we remain committed to meeting the evolving needs of today’s film shooters,” said Dennis Olbrich, President – Kodak Alaris Imaging Paper, Photo Chemicals and Film. “We’ve been listening to the needs and desires of photographers over the past several years and wanted to bring back a color reversal film. In assessing the opportunity, EKTACHROME was the clear choice.”

KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTACHROME is a color positive film, also known as “reversal,” “slide,” or “transparency” film. Unlike all of the other KODAK PROFESSIONAL Films available today, which are color negative films, EKTACHROME generates a positive image that can be viewed or projected once it is exposed and processed. This makes it ideal for high-resolution projection or presentations. It is also well suited for scanning and printing onto a range of professional grade photographic media.

EKTACHROME Film is developed using the E6 process, available in many professional labs today. Coincident with the Q4 launch, the KODAK PROFESSIONAL Film App will be updated to include Professional Labs where E6 processing is available in addition to labs where color negative and B&W film processing are currently featured.

Also at CES, The Eastman Kodak Company announced the reintroduction of KODAK EKTACHROME Super 8 Film to support the adoption of its recently introduced KODAK Super 8 movie camera. Eastman Kodak will produce KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTACHROME Color Reversal Film for distribution by Kodak Alaris. The combined scale of EKTACHROME Super 8 and still film products creates a viable and sustainable business opportunity for both companies.

 

About Kodak Alaris 

Kodak Alaris is a company that is passionate about using technology to transform organizations and improve people’s lives across the planet. From our document scanners and intelligent state-of-the-art software and services that power some of the world’s largest companies, to our photographic paper production, printing kiosks and suite of consumer apps, we help people capture and connect with the emotional moments that define all our lives. We’re on a mission to unlock the power of images and information for the world. We work behind the scenes, making the connections, pushing the boundaries of technology and helping consumers to make sense of and exploit the ever-expanding volume of data that is the hallmark of the 21st century.

© 2017 Kodak Alaris Inc.

The Kodak trademark and trade dress are used under license from Eastman Kodak Company.

Lügenpresse

Die Frage kommt ja immer wieder mal: Was sollten/könnte/müßten wir als Presse denn machen, um dem Vorwurf der Lügenpresse zu entgehen?

Wenn jemandem die Fakten auf denen unsere Berichterstattung basiert nicht passen, dann kann man da nicht viel machen. Nichtmal die Bravo hat geschrieben, daß Robbie Williams noch bei Take That sei, nur weil die Mehrheit der Leserinnen das damals gerne so gehabt hätten.

Pegida Frankfurt

Die Spitzen der hessischen NPD wollen Robbie Williams zurück! (Möglicherweise)

Also, waren vor ein paar Jahren noch Mädchen zwischen 8 und 18, die, wegen eines Teenie-Idols das eine Boy-Band verläßt, nicht mehr leben wollten, doch schlußendlich eher in der Wirklichkeit verankert und mit dem was Medien tun vertraut als heute Erwachsene in Sachsen und anderswo, wenn sie gegen Islamisierung, Presse und was sonst so nicht plaisiert protestieren. Jedenfalls haben die geweint und nicht „Lügen-Bravo“ geschrieen.