Visited this amazing place earlier this year. I am so glad I was able to witness the true "Kodak" moment at this tiny but famous island.
Here is how the story goes: As part of a marketing effort, Kodak sent out one of their photographers, Peter Gales, to find remote locations that would help promote the sale of their film. He stumbled upon the island, which was only reachable by boat. His image became part of Kodak's Colorama display (larger than life photos in Grand Central Station). Over the more than 40 years that it hung there, millions upon millions of people viewed the photo.
From getting surprised by dope lemon at @angusandjuliastone, to getting wild with @dmasmusic , to getting totally destroyed by @skegss and @dunerats, then partying with @joshjcashman and finally relaxing here to @jackjohnson, hope you've enjoyed it as much as I have, wishin ya a HAPPY BIRTHDAY X
Have you seen this account!?! Film and puppies, literally nothing better. Adorable image from @rudigerlandscapedog. Shot on a Mamiya RZ67 with Portra 400.
Hashtag your film images with #shootitwithfilm to be featured!
Babygirl was so happy before bed about Christmas being so close ! #Kodakmoment 😍
Special thanks to @awesomepossumphotobooth for capturing this picture.