Camera Wholesalers — color palette
We've lamented more than once on this blog the discontinuation of Kodachrome slide film. To many photography lovers, the end of Kodachrome marked the end of a colorful era and a beloved symbol of analog photography's glory days. If you had the opportunity of shooting the very last roll of Kodachrome film produced, as National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry did last June, what would you shoot? Well, the results of McCurry's roll are out and you can see them by clicking onto Vanity Fair's slide show called "The Last Roll of Kodachrome—Frame by Frame!" Here's the link: http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2011/02/last-kodachrome-slide-show-201102#intro Vanity Fair asked "...
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One of the great things about digital photography is the endless forms of creative output you can produce with your pictures. And the question inevitably comes up whether one should shoot in Black and White or convert my Colored shots later into Black and White (Sepia,etc.). And here's my answer: I always shoot in Color first, then decide later if I wish to change them to B&W. 2 previous images of mine that I posted in our blog post on portraits (my grandson Roman & my dog Princess) were first color shots that I later changed to B&W for dramatic effect. When...
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