by Barbara Mitchell
When George Eastman decided to make photography his hobby, "simple" was hardly the word to describe the pastime. He had to lug 50 pounds of camera equipment around with him, including the fragile glass plates which would become pictures. But resourceful George wasn't one to put up with such inconvenience for long. "Click!" is the story of how George Eastman developed a camera simple enough for anyone to use - the Kodak, predecessor of today's pocket instamatics - and forever revolutionized photography.