Exposed: The Last Roll Of Kodachrome

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    It makes me feel as if I am traveling back in time. I heard the story and read the article on July 24th 2010 when it was published. :D
     
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    Yep, another item from my younger days is gone!
     
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    It's one format of film. It was an awesome format of film with awesome colors, but still one format. Even if by and large digital becomes the main format I think some of the companies will still make film for hobbyists at the very least. There will always be a market for it, so I don't think it will ever go away.

    The pictures that kodachrome took were amazing, though.
     
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    It's sad to such such an iconic part of photography retired, but at the risk of pissing off the film photographers, I don't think the *spirit* or look of Kodachrome is gone by any means, and is entirely re-creatable using digital processing techniques. So, it's sad, but not devastating.
     

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