Last week we were talking about how Kodak was struggling to find a place for itself in the new digital world. This week, we have an article saying that they may have found the sweet spot between digital and analog photography by focusing on their photo processing software which is used to correct common problems in photographs. The article quotes an analyst as saying that this fits in perfectly with a world that straddles both digital and analog. The software can work on top of their ofoto hosting service, making it easier for analog photographers to turn their pictures into digital images (and to pay for print outs). It also can be used for improving the quality of digital photos. I'm not convinced that this ia a viable long term strategy, but it certainly seems to make sense in the near future.
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