GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A brand of photographic transparency bearing a positive color image.
“This informal group portrait, which was taken in about 1963 or 1964 by Dad at Metung on the old Zeiss camera, using kodachrome slide film, captures certain innate qualities that have descended through generations of Trumbles.”
“And, as usual, the GOP is as relevant and modern as kodachrome film.”
“HEY!!!!!!! kodachrome was GREAT!!!!! its depth of color cannot be reproduced digitally!!!! everything else you say is right on!”
“Diane writes: the GOP is as relevant and modern as kodachrome film.”
“I really knew nothing but was just floored by the color saturation that kodachrome had retained after all the years of sitting in that old Nikon.”
“Excuse the poor quality of these reproductions, but the images are of the original 35mm kodachrome slides shot in low-resolution off a Library of Congress lightbox.”
“Then in the morning, I put away my books on the cultural shelf, close up the kodachrome snaps of Mount Olympus, touch my reproduction statue of Dionysus for luck—and go off to hospital to treat him for insanity.”
“The kodachrome came preloaded on a sealed cartridge that you simply dropped into the camera and wound it stopped automatically when you reached the right point.”
“The very last roll of kodachrome film produced by Eastman Kodak was processed recently.”
“Becky spotted this "kodachrome curtain" from Flickr user”
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