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02.16.12 Marina Galperina

 Let’s do the timewarp again. Check out these Kodachrome (R.I.P. Kodachrome!) photos of Manhattan. Amateur photographer Charles Weever Cushman had donated his collection of 14,500 color slides to Indiana University and here they are again. Spanning 1938 to 1969, these 1940s ones are the best. Gents in hats. Old cars. Chinatown. LES. Awesome little drink vendor wheelbarrows […]

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04.06.11 Marina Galperina

So, the shut down of the last kodachrome processing machine will be turned into a motion picture from DreamWorks. The plot: a fictional father and son roadtrip to Dwayne’s Photo in Parsons, Kansas to develop some Kodachrome rolls of precious memories, blah blah sentimental snooze-fest. What about the real guy who spent $16K to develop […]

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12.30.10 Marina Galperina

Kodachrome is no more, because there is no more Kodachrome, a.k.a. the Technics of analog photography enthusiasts. The last roll of Kodachrome film will be developed today at Dwayne’s Photo in Parsons, Kansas and the last special processing machine will be dismantled for scrap. Say good-bye to those Kodachrome blues that made you feel like […]

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