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Talking kiosks with Kodak Moments’ Michael Graham Feature News Opinion 

Talking kiosks with Kodak Moments’ Michael Graham

Kodak Moments, the consumer-focused brand from Kodak Alaris, recently introduced the smaller footprint M1 photo kiosk. In spite of the rather snarky media writeups, the photo kiosk business is still viable for retailers looking to offer a low-cost, self-service option. Despite all the changes since the 2012 bankruptcy of Eastman Kodak Co. and subsequent spin-off of Kodak Alaris as the... Read More
Kodak Moments launches compact photo printing kiosk New Products Press releases 

Kodak Moments launches compact photo printing kiosk

New M1 Order Station photo printing solution gives retailers a powerful way to capitalize on consumers’ interest for photo products by offering high-quality prints from their customers’ smartphones July 31, 2019 – ROCHESTER, N.Y—Kodak Moments, a leading global provider of photo products and services to retailers, consumers, and entertainment properties, launched the M1 Order Station, a kiosk focused on smartphone printing... Read More
Apps, rumors and financial news for the week of June 14 New Products People on the Move Updates 

Apps, rumors and financial news for the week of June 14

New apps and updates Sigma issues product advisory for its 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 and 70-200mm F2.8 Sports lenses, via DPReview Photo organizing device maker Monument released Monument 2.0, offering improved facial recognition, enhanced scene recognition, shared albums and more. Skylum has updated photo editing and organizing software Luminar 3 to 3.1.1 with a bevy of speed improvements and improved navigation. Capture One launches Capture One Studio Serif Software has updated Affinity... Read More
New Robinson Report covers global photo printing trends Market research News Opinion 

New Robinson Report covers global photo printing trends

With support from the imaging industry, industry researcher Doug Robinson has produced a new global photo printing report, the 2018 Total Photo Printing Report, covering silver-halide color paper and the contributions from inkjet dry labs, dye-sub, and digital (electrophotographic) presses (EP). The work totals more than 140 pages and 29 tables and is the result of numerous interviews with knowledgeable... Read More
Kodak Alaris looking to divest paper, photochemicals and film unit, according to Inside Imaging News Opinion 

Kodak Alaris looking to divest paper, photochemicals and film unit, according to Inside Imaging

Australia’s Inside Imaging photo industry news site reports Kodak Alaris is looking is looking to divest its $34 million paper, photochemicals and film (PPF) unit: While researching a separate – but perhaps related – story on Eastman Kodak possibly touting Australian photographers for direct film sales, Inside Imaging came across the Kodak Alaris financial report for the period January 1, 2017 to March 31... Read More
CaptureLife announces integration with Kodak Alaris’ DP2 Software News Press releases 

CaptureLife announces integration with Kodak Alaris’ DP2 Software

The new partnership and integration with Kodak Professional Digital Print Production Software/DP2 expands opportunities for professional photography labs and photographers to enhance their operations and efficiently grow revenue with their digital content.   Minneapolis, MN – January 11, 2019 – CaptureLife Inc., the industry standard solution for enterprise mobile marketing and commerce for the professional photography market, and the developer... Read More
Kodak Moments announces holiday card promotions Press releases Promotions 

Kodak Moments announces holiday card promotions

Photo Printing is Back on the Rise with Customized Cards and Gifts Topping the List This Year SAN FRANCISCO and ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Kodak Moments, a leader in printing high-quality photos and a trusted keeper of life’s precious moments, today announced a special holiday card offer to make sending season’s greetings and sharing special memories easier than... Read More
New EKTACHROME films to begin shipping New Products Press releases 

New EKTACHROME films to begin shipping

Rochester, NY, Tuesday, September 25, 2018 — Eastman Kodak Company and Kodak Alaris announced today the availability of the highly anticipated KODAK EKTACHROME Film line. KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTACHROME Film E100, available from Kodak Alaris, will immediately begin shipping to distributors and stock house dealers worldwide.  The new film will initially be available in 135/36x camera format and is expected to be... Read More
Act fast: Kodak Alaris discontinues last Kodak Picture Saver scanner model News Opinion 

Act fast: Kodak Alaris discontinues last Kodak Picture Saver scanner model

Kodak Alaris notified its largest reseller of photo scanners, E-Z Photo, the last remaining Kodak Picture Saver model, the PS80, was discontinued. E-Z Photo has acquired the remaining new units in North America for resale. “As the world’s largest reseller of this product, E-Z Photo, powered by i/oTrak, received notice Kodak Alaris has stopped production in June of Kodak Picture Saver Scanners, after... Read More
Kodak Alaris Information Management Division changes name to Alaris News Press releases 

Kodak Alaris Information Management Division changes name to Alaris

UPDATE: Kodak representative Jonathan Ghent confirmed the Kodak Picture Saver scanner continues as part of the Alaris product line. Editor’s Note: We have inquired with Kodak Alaris if this affects the Kodak Picture Saver scanner product line, which is part of the Information Management division. The post will be updated when a response is received. ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 25 –... Read More
photokina 2018: high exhibitor demand Events Press releases 

photokina 2018: high exhibitor demand

Five months prior to the start of the 35th edition of photokina on 26 September 2018, the organisers are expecting every single exhibitor space in the halls in Cologne to be filled. Leading companies of the industry like Arri, Canon, Cewe, DJI, Epson, Fujifilm, Kodak Alaris, Leica, Manfrotto, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Profoto, Sigma, Sony, Tamron and Zeiss have already secured... Read More
Kodak Alaris revives KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film New Products Press releases 

Kodak Alaris revives KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film

Multi-Speed B&W Film to be Available in March 2018 ROCHESTER, N.Y.  February 23, 2018 – Kodak Alaris announced today that it is bringing back KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film / TMZ, a multi-speed panchromatic black-and-white negative film. While the nominal film speed of P3200 TMZ is ISO 800, the “P” means it’s designed to be push processed to EI 3200 or higher. ... Read More
Top 10 Dead Pixels Society photo industry stories of 2017 News Opinion 

Top 10 Dead Pixels Society photo industry stories of 2017

It’s been a busy year for the Dead Pixels Society, with the launching of the full blog and a weekly newsletter. Here are the top 10 stories from the website, based on hits and shares: 10) Costco gets into business printing Costco has added business printing to its online Photo Center. The company notified customers of the addition of business... Read More
DMB Represents: Scratch Beneath the Surface of the Newly Released Kodak Moments Project Marketing Press releases 

DMB Represents: Scratch Beneath the Surface of the Newly Released Kodak Moments Project

An Interview with Film Director David Birkett Shot over a period of six months by creative duo Photographer Martin Parr & Film Director David Birkitt, the new Kodak Moments Project pulls away the safety blanket of your average brand campaign and in turn explores a refreshed technique of advertising. Not only engaging the core values of Martin Parr’s renowned images of everyday... Read More
Kodak missed the point of the PR moment Marketing Opinion 

Kodak missed the point of the PR moment

Kodak Alaris recently posted a press release about its new Kodak Moments marketing scheme. There was a time when Kodak “got” the point of the press release was to convey useful information, not dwell in a marketing-speak rathole. Kodak PR pros were literally the gold standard of the business; with this release, there wasn’t even a press contact person. As... Read More
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