Kodachrome was my first color film love. Great name, great colors, great longevity. 2009 was the year Kodak ceased manufacturing it and yesterday the last Kodachrome lab in the world--in Kansas--processed its last roll. Before Ektachrome and high-resolution color negative emulsions became the preferred choice of photographers, Kodachrome was the king of color. Much of the groundbreaking images in the history of color photography were shot on Kodachrome, but none are perhaps as well known as Steve McCurry’s Afghan Girl, seen above. NYT has 2 stories on this here and here.
12.23.2010 | 12:55 AM • Filed in: Travel
California has been enduring massive rains which finally ended after 5 days.
12.22.2010 | 12:53 AM • Filed in: Travel
A Christmas tree as seen through cheap 3D specs.
12.15.2010 | 12:50 AM • Filed in: Brooklyn
A house on Pacific Street near my studio has gone all out with Christmas spirit.