"They Gave us those Nice Bright Colours"

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The New York Times just published a great article about the final days of Kodachrome.

Kodak stopped making Kodachrome film in 2009 and, on Thursday, the very last processing machine is being shut down to be sold for scrap.

Dwayne’s Photo, a small family-run business in Kansas, is the very last processor in the world of Kodachrome (the world’s first successful colour film.)

Pop on over and read about the final pilgrimages to have long-stashed rolls of films and slides developed before the final curtain is dropped on Kodachrome processing forever.