Photo credit: LA Times
Today, the last roll of Kodachrome film was processed in the world. I only shot a few dozen rolls of it back in the day, but it was always fun to see the results of the pictures I took on a giant screen setup at a friend’s house using the carousel slide projector.
Guess it’s a digital world after all.
Click the links below for the roundup of articles on Kodachrome.
- Mashable: RIP Kodachrome Film
- STEVE MCCURRY’S BLOG: The End of an Era – 1935 to 2010
- NY Times: For Kodachrome Fans, Road Ends at Photo Lab in Kansas
- Gizmodo: The Last Roll of Kodachrome Film Ever Will Be Developed Today
And Paul Simon is here to remind us of how great Kodachrome was.
The Retro: RIP Kodachrome 1935-2010 by Banal Leakage, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.