Neil Montanus: The Photographer Who Shot the Most Kodak Coloramas

The Eastman Kodak Company displayed Coloramas – giant backlit photos 18 feet high and 60 feet long – at Grand Central Terminal in New York City for 40 years starting in the 1950s. The photographer who made 55 of them was Neil Montanus. Kodak created the Colorama to market the use of Kodak cameras and film to everyday people. On weekdays 650,000 commuters passed through Grand Central Terminal…
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