The Kodachrome Project

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    480sparky Chief Free Electron Relocator Supporting Member

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    davidharmier60 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    If photo processing ever comes back I'd keep shooting film!!!

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    I miss Kodachrome. But at least I have B&W and C-41 (cross E-6).
     
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    I shot a good deal of Kodachrome 64 and Kodachrome 64 Professional in the early- to late- 1980's. Kodachrome had very good dark-storage life expectancy. I have a lot of my grandfather's 1953-1976 Kodachrome slides, and they are still lovely! JUST TODAY I was showing a guy a film scan I made from my sister Susan's 4th birthday in 1954! it was a Kodachrome scan, shot with a Kodak Pony 135-B camera, and bulb flash!

    This is a "rescued" image...the original Kodachrome slide was pretty badly under-exposed. I made this scan in 2013 from a low-end Minolta Scan Dual 35mm film scanner. It would be about nine years after this picture was made.

    Oh, FFS...this 2000x1,333 pixel 3.2 MB image is "too large for the server to process".

    Fugeddaboutit.
     
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