"Say Cheese, and Say Goodbye"
Kodak's decision to stop selling traditional film cameras in North America marks the formal end of tradition. It's easier, smoother, more efficient and certainly more expensive today to take pictures on computer chips, converting memories into e-mailable electrons and pixels. These images can be stored, transmitted, printed at home, even erased and reused.
Previous generations of Americans grew up- and can now look back on themselves growing up- with those spools of film wrapped in thick yellow paper that got inserted into cameras, recording whatever family pose, birthday cake, or newborn…
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