Old 12-30-2010, 05:56 PM   #1
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With the demise of the iconic Kodachrome film today, a gallery of your best or favorite Kodachrome shot, or top three, or whatever, on RP is in order.

Mine, wish I had a working slide scanner, only eight on RP to choose from:

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Old 12-30-2010, 06:20 PM   #2
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Well, pardon my ignorance, but I really have no idea what slide film I shot back in the day, and I'm not sure how one can tell, if development was done locally rather than with Kodak mailers. I do suspect a lot of it, if not all, was Kodachrome 64.

Anyway, I will expand the topic to "any slide from back in the day that was likely to have been Kodachrome" but I will avoid boring you with the shots I've uploaded in the last month. Rather, I will present my best ever color in a scanned slide. Was it the film? The scanner? The operator of the scanner (not me)? Whatever, I was really pleased with how this one turned out, an all-time favorite shot:

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Old 12-30-2010, 08:59 PM   #3
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Some of my favorites (none of them, mine):

Image © Frank S Novak
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Here's some of my Kodachrome shots.
Image © Chris Zygmunt
PhotoID: 325181
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Image © Chris Zygmunt
PhotoID: 325228
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Image © Chris Zygmunt
PhotoID: 263769
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No, really, Mom, you can take my Kodachrome away.



My regret isn't that I can't shoot it any more; it's that I shot so much print film before finally converting to slides at all. And I don't have much of it to share because I don't have a flim scanner.

I love my digital!
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Some of my favorites (none of them, mine):
Image © Cinderpath
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Thanks- Unfortunately this shot of mine was made on good old Fuichrome Velvia- (A beautiful film if there ever was one).
I quite using Kodachrome back in 1994, after dealing with some serious quality issues way back then, and dumped Kodak after a decade of loyal shooting, and never looked back.

I should dig out some Kodachromes to post however.
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