posted on Jul, 26 2009 @ 10:34 PM
Kodachrome has been produced for almost 75 years, providing several generations of high-quality analogue photography. Kodachrome offers a number of
benefits: It barely fades for over a century, for example, and it retains a sharpness and precision that is hard to match.
Kodak announced recently it would stop making Kodachrome film. Apparently it accounts for far less than 1% of their revenue now that everything has
Below, Fortune mag has put together a tribute galary to Kodachrome photography, starting with some stunning images from the '30s and '40s.
Interestingly enough, I have heard that Kodachrome enthusiasts have "stockpiled" 50,000 rolls of the fim. However, after the doors at Kodak swing
shut, there will be only one lab in the world with the ability to process new Kodachrome photos...located in Kansas, it, too, will stop processing
Goodby, my old friend Kodachrome.