Tag: Kodachrome

I don’t think I’ve ever posted this before. But here’s the National Geographic episode that follows photographer Steve McCurry as he shoots one of the last rolls of film of Kodak Kodachrome. He only had 36 frames. You can see some of them here.

Check out this vintage video of Beany’s Hamburger in Long Beach, California. Filmed in Kodachrome color around 1952.

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I’m not a huge film buff, but I know I like this particular look of old film. This doesn’t look like Kodachrome…or is it?

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Remember photographer Steve McCurry’s around-the-world travels snapping 36 frames on the last roll of Kodak Kodachrome film? Well, he’s now published the shots from that roll of film on his website. Check them out here (or see some selects after the jump).

I wish this video was uploaded in better quality, but here’s a video from National Geographic (uploaded by Steve McCurry) of him shooting the last roll of Kodak Kodachrome film. He literally travels the world to shoot 36 frames. Not a bad job.

A documentary film that looks at the end of Kodak’s Kodachrome film and the last lab that processed film for it. A great look at the history of this amazing color film and how it changed the way we see the world around us. I had no idea that developing Kodachrome film was so labor […]