Kodak & National Geographic Team Up to show a world through photos

National Geographic and Kodak have teamed up to present a unique collection of photographs.  Some of these photographs have not been published before. The collection reveals 100 years of National Geographic photographs. This will be the first time that people will get a chance to dig deep into the National Geographic archive and view even some of the earliest photographs collected in the 19th century.

Bill Curtsinger – Antartica (National Geographic Collection)
Steve Raymor – Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia (National Geographic Collection)

National Geographic officials state that, “National Geographic and Kodak have partnered to present the ‘National Geographic Image Collection’. Take an unprecedented journey through more than 100 years of photography. These images represent the first time that people will be able to plumb the depths of National Geographic’s immense and ever-growing archive, from the earliest photographs collected in the 19th century to the cutting-edge work of today.”

Through this partnership Kodak and National Geographic are giving you the opportunity to buy these rare prints and hang them in your home or office. National Geographic and Kodak have put together a website powered by Mpix where this collection can be viewed. A number of printing and framing options are also provided on the site including Luster or Metallic finish. The prints can be viewed by clicking here.

Images from http://imagecollection.mpix.com

Written for and published on the Amvona Blog

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