The app is designed to help both photographers who already shoot Kodak film as well as those new to film photography.
As detailed by The Phoblographer, it offers descriptions and sample images of various Kodak film types and formats, including recommendations on what film is best for a given situation.
It is also useful for traveling, providing information on nearby retailers that stock Kodak film and photo labs where it can be developed.
But instant film is much less involved than 35mm or medium format, and that s where the Kodak Professional Film App hopes to help.
Kodak s slow demise is often blamed on the company s failure to adapt to changing technology.
Kodak Alaris hopes to keep the heart of the Kodak brand alive by continuing to support its film business, and the Kodak Professional Film App looks like a step in the right direction.