Last Kodachrome

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  1. skylark

    skylark TPF Noob!

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    Your comments on composition and the KC 'look' are most welcome.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I am surprised to find it so "cool" in colours with much more of a blue content here than I would have ascribed to Kodachrome pics. I would have expected a greater shift towards a sunny, warm, yellow tint. But well... the scenery is nice and makes me wish I could get nearer to the water to check out the waterfall. Did you go nearer, can we see more of the waterfall, maybe?
     
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    I remember kodachrome being much more th color of fuji films. This is more the color of the old ektachrome more blue green in color. Then again it is all memory I havent short either in years and years.
     
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    Yes the look is rather different to the slides themselves but this is what my scanner gives. I know that KC is a 'pig' to scan but the output is so wonderfully retro I just lov it. Reminds me of holidays in the '60s :wink:
     

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