RE: Silly little Kodak History question.

From: BOB KISS ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/14/05-06:32:21 AM Z
Message-id: <NIBBJBPKILANKFOAGNHEGEFBDLAA.bobkiss@caribsurf.com>

DEAR DAVE,
        If you shot your Kodachrome 25 with good optics, project them on a LARGE
white wall using a decent projector lens, and walk up to the wall you will
see detail and separation that you never see in reproduction. It is an
amazing film.
                                CHEERS!
                                        BOB

 Please check my website: http://www.bobkiss.com/

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Rose [mailto:cactuscowboy@bresnan.net]
Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2005 11:15 PM
To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
Subject: Re: Silly little Kodak History question.

What a great trip down the Kodachrome memory lane.

I've got thousands of beautiful Kodachrome 35mm slides from years past. My
21/4" Kodachrome transparencies, shot in the late 80's on my Grandpa's
Rolleiflex, are priceless. My Aunt Patty's wedding (early 1950's) was shot
on Kodachrome stereo slides. It was a absolute mind blower when I looked at
those pictures through a stereo viewer twenty years ago.

I lived for many years in North Haledon, New Jersey. Like everyone else, I
mailed my Kodachrome in for processing. It went to Fairlawn, less than
three miles away!. About a week later, I'd receive incredible slides in the
mail.

There will never be another Kodachrome. It's very sad to hear of its likely
demise.

Dave in Wyoming
Received on Thu Jul 14 07:31:43 2005

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