Filed under: Photography,Thoughts on Photography
When Kodak first announced they were no longer making Kodachrome last year, we lamented with a small tribute to Saul Leiter, one of my favorite photographers that embodied this classic filmstock.
Well now, its truly the end: Photographer Steve McCurry recently processed the last roll of Kodachrome ever produced by Kodak, at Dwayne’s Photo in Kansas, the last lab on the planet to process the iconic film. This is from that roll:
See the rest on Steve’s blog here.
Hat tip to Tim.
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