Yep, I really liked the KC colors.:smile:
Love it! What a glorious smile amidst all that color!
Thanks, I think that's why my dad married her. Here she is in 1945 (with yours truly) in England!Can't beat Kodachrome!. Great looking mom.
Lol! What really surprises is the detail captured by my old Minolta Hi-Matic!Excellent shot, Ray, looking at your avatar, you must have been adopted, too! Just kiddin'
Love the colors and detail you captured! Kodachrome, and just one place in the states
that processes it. Hummmm.
Oddly enough Chris, back in the day I shot mostly Ektachrome for the speed bump!Now that has to be a meaningful photo Ray. And well done too! Yep, the 34 years has had little effect on a Kodachrome slide, nor will the next 35, or the 35 after that, or ...
Although I rarely shoot color anymore, I sure loved KR 'back in the day'. And it's good to know that they will last, and last, and last. I'm real sad to see it go. By this time next year, most of the Kodachrome in the world will have been exposed and processed. Novelty rolls will sell on ebay for exorbitant prices, and even Dwaynes may not be processing it by then. An era ended this year - the time of the temporary image is here.
If there was enough light, I'd even shoot Kodachrome-25, cause it was ... like amazing. But the asa 64 was good, and even 200 worked nicely. But as I was a low light freak back then, I often used Ektachrome 400, in the blue and yellow box. I think they used blue in the box as 'weak point advertising', since it seemed to go yellow at the drop of a hat. That and it's infamous 1/3 stop latitude made it a tricky film indeed to use....
Oddly enough Chris, back in the day I shot mostly Ektachrome for the speed bump!