|The Old Grist Mill above is a restaurant now in Pigeon Forge.|
|I took this picture of Terry reading about the Mountain people in the same area that he took my picture. This was at the lookout point at the Tennessee/North Carolina State Line. All of these pictures were taken with a Kodak camera that I borrowed from Mom. (I didn't get my first dslr until October 2008.) From what I understand, the Kodak company might be in trouble right now. I appreciate the history and contribution that Kodak has made to the photographic industry. The gold and black Kodak brand was the most popular brand of film as far as I remember. I know that digital has almost eliminated the film development business. There are some people who still use film. But, obviously the digital photography age is here to stay. I hope things turn around for Kodak. Of course, they had to jump into the digital game and have produced great quality modern products. I just read about a professional Leica S2 camera that sells for somewhere around 26,000 dollars. |
Can you guess who made the sensor for that camera?