In my previous blog, You can have my last roll of Kodachrome, Paul Simon., I discussed the recent announcement by Kodak to stop manufacturing Kodachrome film. That made me think about a promotional video I saw a couple years ago. Kodak was the sponsor of a keynote address at the 2007 PIA Color Management Conference in Phoenix. At the beginning of the presentation, the representative from Kodak played the video to get the message out that the old Kodak has left the building and they are now poised to play a major role in the future of digital photography... If you believe that... I don't. Kodak came late to the digital photography party, instead putting too much stock in their lucrative film business.
Anyway, the video received a great response from the audience. See it for yourself below - it's actually pretty funny.