December 04, 2005

Photo sharing, early 20th century-style

Today I was flipping through prints of a couple hundred shots I’d uploaded to Kodak via the Adobe Photoshop Services built into Bridge. I didn’t realize, though, that Kodak has been in the custom-photo-thing-you-can-mail business for some 100 years. The Morning News features an article about the “real photo postcards” craze (c.1907) brought about by the introduction of a preprinted card back that allowed postcards to be made directly from negatives. The accompanying gallery features some beautiful, ethereal images, and I like this weirdo’s sense of humor. [More background here and here.]

Posted by John Nack at 1:11 PM on December 04, 2005

Comments

  • Michelle — 1:28 PM on December 06, 2005

    Only thing about that photo sharing process is you have to download the software and not a lot of people want to get into that, it can be frustrating.
    Check out:
    http://www.onetruemedia.com/index.html?utm_id=1001
    and let me know what you think.
    It’s a photo sharing service (along with easy video editing, photo books, storing, etc.)
    No downloads.

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