Thank god for kodachrome

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  1. Derrel

    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    Yeah!!!! A film so,so legendary, it had its own SONG written about it! I remember loving that song. i never felt so rich as when I would buy a "brick" of Kodachrome 64 Professional (20 whole rolls of 36 shots each! Woo-hoo!). My favorite trip with Kodachrome was to the 1986 incarnation of the Walla Walla Stampede, a big hot air balloon festival held every year in eastern Washington's gorgeous Palouse region, with rolling hills planted in gorgeous, green wheat!


     
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    480sparky Chief Free Electron Relocator Supporting Member

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    Does Paul still pay a royalty to Kodak?
     
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    ashleykaryl TPF Noob!

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    I'll grant you the slow speed of K25 could be a challenge at times. It's been so long ago now but I recall that K64 always seemed too contrasty and the colour rendering of K25 seemed more natural. For work I always had to deliver images fairly quickly, so it had to be E6.
     
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    My K25 journey was a 14 days safari to Kenya (Amboseli, Tsavo e and w) in August 1981

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    compur Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Remember H&W Control? It had amazingly fine grain at ASA 25, but was finicky and hard to develop.
     

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