I think that many of us likely remember that same magic moment of seeing our first print emerge on paper in a tray of developer under the dim amber light in a darkroom... mine was helped along by my high school art teacher, Bernard Perch. Mr. Perch had little time, but wanted to help me along. So he taught me how to develop one roll of black and white film, and one black and white print, and said, 'you're on your own from here'. It was a moment that changed my life. So thank you Kodak, and thank you Mr. Perch, for what you brought to our lives. Now it is up to us to carry on that love and magic and tradition for generations to come.
Lee KrohnManchester, VermontJanuary 19, 2012
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