Eamonn McCabe

The Guardian

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Picture editor at the Guardian newspaper and a photographer himself

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Eastman Kodak , synonymous with "good photography" for more than 100 years, has filed for bankruptcy. Its brightest hope is sale of the patents that helped to create an art form.

A Photographer's Tribute, as Kodak Files for Bankruptcy

Eastman Kodak , synonymous with "good photography" for more than 100 years, has filed for bankruptcy. Its brightest hope is sale of the patents that helped to create an art form.

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