George Eastman


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Noun1.George Eastman - United States inventor of a dry-plate process of developing photographic film and of flexible film (his firm introduced roll film) and of the box camera and of a process for color photography (1854-1932)George Eastman - United States inventor of a dry-plate process of developing photographic film and of flexible film (his firm introduced roll film) and of the box camera and of a process for color photography (1854-1932)
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George Eastman patented the first roll-film camera and registered Kodak.
1854: George Eastman, US photographic pioneer who founded Kodak, was born in New York State.
The George Eastman Museum will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with a new rotation in its History of Photography gallery next month.
1889 George Eastman begins selling his Kodak flexible rolled film for the first time.
| 1914: George Eastman announced the invention of a colour photograph process to be marketed by his Eastman Kodak Company.
George Eastman invented dry-rolled film and a small hand-held_____.
A Guglielmo Marconi B Thomas Edison C John Logie Baird D George Eastman QUESTION 6 - for 6 points: Which is the fastest-swimming sea mammal?
Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman died of suicide in 1932 at age 77.
The Technology Collection at George Eastman House in Rochester, N.Y.--the world's oldest photography museum--has been designated an ASME Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark.
The Dawn of Technicolor: 1915-1935 presents George Eastman HouseAEs collection of films, technology, and documentation related to historical motion picture color processes, which are much celebrated, but rarely seen.
Having recently made works delving into the applied color of early cinema (Joan the Woman--With Voice, 2013) and the saturated hues of Technicolor (Doorway for Natalie Kalmus [2013]), the artist now turns her attention to a transitional phase between the two, its inauguration marked by the 1922 tests conducted at Paragon Studios in Fort Lee, New Jersey (and currently archived at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York), for Two-Color Kodachrome, a subtractive red-green process.