Kodak Shutters Its Business
Kodak put cameras in the hands of every day people.
125 years later, it's shuttering its business.
Kodak has made thousands of cameras over the years.
But those who know photography will tell you it's all about the film, not the camera.
Chris Schwer is a professional photographer.
He has been shooting black and white pictures on Kodak film for 30 years.
He worked in New York City in the fashion industry. For him, kodak was never about cameras.
"Everybody knows the Kodak moment, that's what they wanted," Schwer. " I just want the film to stay around for a while."
Kodak confirms it will still make single use cameras; this doesn't help workers here, since they are made out of the country.
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