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Steve McCurry on Kodachrome

How about a post that’s not all about me? Just for, ya know, a change of pace.

Here’s an interview with Steve McCurry (part 1 — hear the rest at Youtube) on using the last roll of Kodachrome. I agree with him, to an extent, on films; I never really was a fan of Fuji’s Velvia, with its toxic pop, and was dismayed that some magazines actually demanded that you shoot on Velvia. But I always found Kodachrome muted, and preferred Fuji’s more neutral film, Astia. Anyway, the interview:

Categories: photography, steve mccurry
  1. October 4, 2010 at 10:45 am

    I’ve got three rolls left, and I still don’t know what to do with them. I guess it’ll have to be fall colors or some such thing. Running out of time!

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