"Cameras & Careers (1960)": a Short Documentary Film by Kodak


It's hard to get a job as a professional photographer these days -- much harder for other photographic job positions that isn't about 'photography'. In the olden days, almost any fast learner with the persistence to learn analogue film can land a photography-related job, whether you're working for the military, the post office, the government, the film lab, scientific research institutes, etc.

This 27-minute short film from Kodak, meant to help graduating high school students to find a certain head-start career in photography, reminds us a bygone time where film photography was once a big pond to join. We can't help but dream out of nostalgia and miss the good 'ol days.

Preview image was taken from the video.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-02-20 #culture #videos #inspiration #kodak #vintage-film #vintage-kodak #vintage-video #vintage-photography

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