In Memoriam – Kodachrome (1935 – 2010) | X-Equals – image, workflow, technology, business. Ein absolutes HABEN was Lightroom Presets angeht.
What is important to remember about Kodachrome is that it changed the way we looked at the world. Kodachrome was the first viable and stable color film available on the market. Kodachrome was developed by two musicians in the early 1930’s; Leopold Godowsky, Jr and Leopold Mannes. They were simply unsatisfied with the color in a movie they had recently seen and set out to improve color motion photography. In their efforts they created Kodachrome.
Kodachrome was revered for its accurate colors and for its image stability. Images shot on Kodachrome and properly stored look today as if shot yesterday, even those it may have been shot in the 1940’s. Kodachrome is renowned for being the most archival of any color film, including those manufactured today.