I thought I would write something a little different today! I am going to focus on one of the first successful color materials used in photography: Kodachrome. Eastman Kodak introduced this type of multi-layered color reversal film in 1936. Kodachrome was developed during the early 30’s by two scientists. It was first used in motion pictures until it was then manufactured for smaller movie film and cameras. It was praised for its storage longevity. Kodachrome is now known for being the oldest surviving brand of color film. It was manufactured up until 2009 when it was discontinued.
Pretty cool, huh? Happy Thursday!
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