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⠀ 📸: @hennythepooh 🎞: Kodak #Gold200 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @hennythepooh
🎞: Kodak #Gold200
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-06-21 00:14:42

⠀ 📸: @samsonarnettroughley 🎞: Kodak #Ektar100 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @samsonarnettroughley
🎞: Kodak #Ektar100
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-06-19 23:12:46

Winemaker Charles Bieler (@bielerwines) recently completed his 61 day roadtrip across the US, touring in a ‘66 pink Cadillac for the #RoséRoadTrip. Accompanied by photographer @jjamesjoiner who captured the journey on film, the trip concluded this past weekend at the @foodandwine #AspenClassic: ⠀ “I think it will take another few weeks to properly absorb the enormity of it but it was certainly exciting, exhausting, emotional, powerful and I hope ultimately impactful for all those I saw along the way. I put everything I had in to each day to fully convey our story and what makes what we do unique and it was generally received with much love and excitement which fueled me to keep going. I’m looking forward to catching my breath, reconnecting with my amazing family and exploring some high alpine trails but there’s also a side of me that feels that I need to get back out there for another 61 days.” ⠀ Listen to our full conversation with Charles about his journey, both making wine and this roadtrip, on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery (link in bio) ⠀ 📸: @jjamesjoiner 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 + #Portra800 ⠀ 🎧 #TheKodakery

Winemaker Charles Bieler (@bielerwines) recently completed his 61 day roadtrip across the US, touring in a ‘66 pink Cadillac for the #RoséRoadTrip. Accompanied by photographer @jjamesjoiner who captured the journey on film, the trip concluded this past weekend at the @foodandwine #AspenClassic:
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“I think it will take another few weeks to properly absorb the enormity of it but it was certainly exciting, exhausting, emotional, powerful and I hope ultimately impactful for all those I saw along the way. I put everything I had in to each day to fully convey our story and what makes what we do unique and it was generally received with much love and excitement which fueled me to keep going. I’m looking forward to catching my breath, reconnecting with my amazing family and exploring some high alpine trails but there’s also a side of me that feels that I need to get back out there for another 61 days.”
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Listen to our full conversation with Charles about his journey, both making wine and this roadtrip, on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery
(link in bio)
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📸: @jjamesjoiner
🎞: Kodak #Portra400 + #Portra800
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🎧 #TheKodakery

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2019-06-18 21:05:54

From “Focus” by @ri.mon — shot in one-take on @kodak_shootfilm 16mm ⠀ 📸: @yavezanthonio 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

From “Focus” by @ri.mon — shot in one-take on @kodak_shootfilm 16mm
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📸: @yavezanthonio
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-06-17 22:23:04

⠀ 📸: @streetwithcolors 🎞: Kodak #Portra800 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @streetwithcolors
🎞: Kodak #Portra800
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-06-14 18:35:13

⠀ 📸: @bystith 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @bystith
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-06-13 20:18:06

When winemaker Charles Bieler’s (@bielerwines) father asked him to help save his struggling Provence rosé winery 20 years ago, he finished college early and hit the road in a pink ‘66 Cadillac and matching tuxedo to create a market for pink wine in the United States. He had no idea rosé would become the phenomenon it is today, or that the mission would become his life. Now Charles is a successful winemaker himself, focused on crafting character-driven wines at great values. For the past two months he’s been back on the road as the rosé wave crests, teaching people that pink wine isn’t just sugary or boring - it can be complex, balanced wine tension between acidity, fruit, and savory flavors. This 60+ day #RoséRoadTrip brought him by the Kodak HQ for a quick studio session where he shares with us about the trip and his passion for winemaking. ⠀ Listen to our full conversation with Charles on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery (link in bio) ⠀ 📸: @jjamesjoiner 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 + #Portra800 ⠀ 🎧 #TheKodakery

When winemaker Charles Bieler’s (@bielerwines) father asked him to help save his struggling Provence rosé winery 20 years ago, he finished college early and hit the road in a pink ‘66 Cadillac and matching tuxedo to create a market for pink wine in the United States. He had no idea rosé would become the phenomenon it is today, or that the mission would become his life. Now Charles is a successful winemaker himself, focused on crafting character-driven wines at great values. For the past two months he’s been back on the road as the rosé wave crests, teaching people that pink wine isn’t just sugary or boring - it can be complex, balanced wine tension between acidity, fruit, and savory flavors. This 60+ day #RoséRoadTrip brought him by the Kodak HQ for a quick studio session where he shares with us about the trip and his passion for winemaking.
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Listen to our full conversation with Charles on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery
(link in bio)
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📸: @jjamesjoiner
🎞: Kodak #Portra400 + #Portra800
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🎧 #TheKodakery

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2019-06-12 22:29:03

⠀ 📸: @stevenleone 🎞: Kodak #Portra160 ⠀ #MadeWithKodak

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📸: @stevenleone
🎞: Kodak #Portra160
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 #MadeWithKodak

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2019-06-11 21:53:54

“Last spring, I had the opportunity to photograph ceramicist @miromadethis at her home and studio in Arizona for my upcoming @facultydept book. What I love most about her work is how timeless her ceramics are and how easily they can be used in everyday life. From the day spent with Miro, it was eye opening to get a sense of her own process and approach to her work, and see how her ceramics are a part of her own everyday life, to the point where I even noticed her chickens having their own Miro Made This dishware. ⠀ Photographing artist studios and profiles over the years while working on this book has made me realize that I’ve always been interested in process. When I was leaving Miro’s house, I noticed that there was some of the film paper wrapping on the ground and it immediately brought back memories of how shooting on film has a process within itself and how it yields a specific kind of personality and warmth.” ⠀ These photos are a preview of @facultydept Vol. 2 from the perspective of @justinchung. See more about the project and a preview of Vol. 2 on facultydept.com. ⠀ Listen to our full conversation with Justin on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery (link in bio) ⠀ 📸+📝: @justinchung 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ 🎧 #TheKodakery

“Last spring, I had the opportunity to photograph ceramicist @miromadethis at her home and studio in Arizona for my upcoming @facultydept book. What I love most about her work is how timeless her ceramics are and how easily they can be used in everyday life. From the day spent with Miro, it was eye opening to get a sense of her own process and approach to her work, and see how her ceramics are a part of her own everyday life, to the point where I even noticed her chickens having their own Miro Made This dishware.
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Photographing artist studios and profiles over the years while working on this book has made me realize that I’ve always been interested in process. When I was leaving Miro’s house, I noticed that there was some of the film paper wrapping on the ground and it immediately brought back memories of how shooting on film has a process within itself and how it yields a specific kind of personality and warmth.”
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These photos are a preview of @facultydept Vol. 2 from the perspective of @justinchung. See more about the project and a preview of Vol. 2 on facultydept.com.
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Listen to our full conversation with Justin on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery
(link in bio)
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📸+📝: @justinchung
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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🎧 #TheKodakery

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2019-06-10 20:33:09

Introducing the limited edition @Kodak x @CaseMate Collection Reliable accessories with the classic film look you already know and love. #MyKodakCaseMate #KodakxCaseMate Available now at @casemate (see link in bio)

Introducing the limited edition @Kodak x @CaseMate Collection

Reliable accessories with the classic film look you already know and love. #MyKodakCaseMate #KodakxCaseMate

Available now at @casemate (see link in bio)

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2019-06-08 22:33:47

“I first met @aiba.shoichiro during a trip to Tokyo in 2016. Aiba is a chef and manages two of my favorite restaurants, LIFE and LIFE Son. His simple and natural approach to cooking resonates with me and makes me feel that if I was to create a restaurant it would be very similar. ⠀ After spending that day with Aiba, he quickly became a mentor-like figure to me. I was really moved on how he was able to balance the grind of managing restaurants alongside being a father of two. Perhaps my encounter with Aiba was even more timely as I was expecting my first born later that year. ⠀ With a strong love of nature, Aiba was in the process of building his country home in Nasu for his family. It was there that I wanted the focus of his story for @facultydept – Aiba surrounded by nature, rather than submersed in his Tokyo lifestyle. ⠀ In early 2018, I made the trip back to Japan and while I had been there many times, this was my first time visiting the mountainside. I was in awe of Nasu and Aiba’s countryside-style home. ⠀ One of the first things that stood out to me about his home was the lack of a dining table.  As a chef, I would have expected this to be a key piece of furniture. When I asked him about this, he said he had decided to move away from all the dining formalities and instead embrace the casualness of the countryside setting. That evening, we ate dinner on the floor around the coffee table while watching old surf documentaries that were projected on the wall. It’s moments like these that stay with me and continuously remind me that these kinds of experiences can shift a perspective – to make things meaningful and enjoyable by serving their purpose simply, rather than being complex and overthought.“ ⠀ These photos are a preview of @facultydept Vol. 2 from the perspective of @justinchung. See the full set on facultydept.com. ⠀ Listen to our full conversation with Justin on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery (link in bio) ⠀ 📸+📝: @justinchung 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ 🎧 #TheKodakery

“I first met @aiba.shoichiro during a trip to Tokyo in 2016. Aiba is a chef and manages two of my favorite restaurants, LIFE and LIFE Son. His simple and natural approach to cooking resonates with me and makes me feel that if I was to create a restaurant it would be very similar.
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After spending that day with Aiba, he quickly became a mentor-like figure to me. I was really moved on how he was able to balance the grind of managing restaurants alongside being a father of two. Perhaps my encounter with Aiba was even more timely as I was expecting my first born later that year.
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With a strong love of nature, Aiba was in the process of building his country home in Nasu for his family. It was there that I wanted the focus of his story for @facultydept – Aiba surrounded by nature, rather than submersed in his Tokyo lifestyle. ⠀
In early 2018, I made the trip back to Japan and while I had been there many times, this was my first time visiting the mountainside. I was in awe of Nasu and Aiba’s countryside-style home.
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One of the first things that stood out to me about his home was the lack of a dining table.  As a chef, I would have expected this to be a key piece of furniture. When I asked him about this, he said he had decided to move away from all the dining formalities and instead embrace the casualness of the countryside setting. That evening, we ate dinner on the floor around the coffee table while watching old surf documentaries that were projected on the wall. It’s moments like these that stay with me and continuously remind me that these kinds of experiences can shift a perspective – to make things meaningful and enjoyable by serving their purpose simply, rather than being complex and overthought.“
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These photos are a preview of @facultydept Vol. 2 from the perspective of @justinchung. See the full set on facultydept.com.
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Listen to our full conversation with Justin on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery
(link in bio)
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📸+📝: @justinchung
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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🎧 #TheKodakery

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2019-06-07 18:51:32

Photographer @justinchung joins us on the podcast where he shares with us about his journey into photography and how that eventually led him to start @facultydept. ⠀ The first 8 photos pictured here are from 2012, back when Justin first visited @truckfurniture in Japan, where he met and photographed its founder, @tokkise. He realized soon after developing the 10-15 rolls from his trip that these photos needed to be put somewhere, and not just on the internet. That experience led him to create Faculty Department, Vol. 1 — which focuses on the lives, spaces, and stories of 13 creative individuals worldwide. ⠀ The last image is from Justin’s personal workspace – his personal “Faculty Department” you might say – where he is busy working on Volume 2, which is to be printed later this year. ⠀ Listen to our full conversation with Justin on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery (link in bio) ⠀ 📸: @justinchung 🎞: Kodak #Portra400 ⠀ 🎧 #TheKodakery

Photographer @justinchung joins us on the podcast where he shares with us about his journey into photography and how that eventually led him to start @facultydept.
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The first 8 photos pictured here are from 2012, back when Justin first visited @truckfurniture in Japan, where he met and photographed its founder, @tokkise. He realized soon after developing the 10-15 rolls from his trip that these photos needed to be put somewhere, and not just on the internet. That experience led him to create Faculty Department, Vol. 1 — which focuses on the lives, spaces, and stories of 13 creative individuals worldwide.
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The last image is from Justin’s personal workspace – his personal “Faculty Department” you might say – where he is busy working on Volume 2, which is to be printed later this year.
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Listen to our full conversation with Justin on the #TheKodakery podcast — kodak.com/go/kodakery
(link in bio)
⠀
📸: @justinchung
🎞: Kodak #Portra400
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🎧 #TheKodakery

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2019-06-06 23:18:48

 

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