Why the nostalgia? Kodak is not a word I hear very often these days. So when I had the chance to be a part of it, I jumped!
If you’ve never heard of KODAKIT, have a look at their site. It might be something for you, might not. In this age of Uber, KODAKIT is the new Uber for photographers as well as consumers looking for photographers. They make the im-looking-for-a-photographer phase a bit more easier. There’s a lot more to be tweaked on quite a few ends, I would say. But hey, they just launched the app on 1st March in Singapore. So, do cut them some slack and feedback, feedback, feedback.
Yes, I’m listed on KODAKIT as a photographer. Its just cool to try! And also another way to market myself. More marketing is always welcome! They even did a Q&A thingy on their blog about me. *beams*
You can read it here http://www.kodakitblog.com/2016/02/19/kodakit-spotlight-sara-aman/
So what you can do to check it out, download the KODAKIT app from your Apple store or Google Play store. And go browse all the different talented photographers listed there with their rates and portfolio in 9 different categories like Food, Pets, People, Events etc. SUPER! 😀
Umm.. I didn’t realise writing this would take up so much space!! I was so stoked to share the nostalgia part! Instead here I am just going on and on about… ok ok.. I shall not mention its name anymore. Hehe.
I shall do a part 2 to this article. And THAT shall be all about the nostalgia of Kodak.