Tribute to Kodachrome II

After our trip into the world of crazy colors, magenta cast, and pinkish faces in Tribute to Kodak Ektar, today let us look at almost the opposite: the old Kodachrome II colors. So you might ask, how the hell I came up with Kodachrome now? The answer is rather simple: Steve McCurry's work is shown at the Besharat Gallery in Castleberry Hill, here in Atlanta. Steve McCurry is famous for the picture of the Afghan girl (among many other things). Steve also took some of the most striking 9/11 pictures I have ever seen. And, he is also the the person who shot the last roll (ever) of Kodachrome (see here and here).


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