Camera Wholesalers — color saturation
Posted by 5 on
If you had the opportunity of shooting the very last roll of Kodachrome film, as National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry just did , what would you shoot? The film, known for its rich color saturation and archival durability of it's slides, was discontinued last year to the dismay of scores of photographers worldwide. But Kodak gave the last roll ever produced to McCurry & he's just processed that coveted roll at Dwayne's Photo Service in Parsons, Kan. — the last remaining location that processes the iconic film. And what was on it? According to an article by Ben Dobbins, " McCurry took aim at...
- 0 comment
- Tags: brooklyn bridge, class tomorrow, color saturation, CW News 1, dobbin, dobbins, geo tv, grand central terminal, kodachrome, kodachrome film, minneapolis star, nat geo, national geographic photographer, photo service, photographic history, piece of advice, ratta, refugee girl, robert de niro, southern asia, star ledger, steve mccurry