Robert Burley photographed the demolition of Kodak’s factories in 2007 with his 4x5 camera.

A fitting tribute to film. You can see his photos on the decline of film in his book, The Disappearance of Darkness.

The Disappearance of Darkness, a Photo Book on the Decline of Film

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