Today, Kodak announced that they will no longer be making Kodachrome film. But it will live on forever, partly in Koda’s name, partly in Paul Simon’s song, and as a legend amongst photographers. I’ve never shot Kodachrome film myself, because by the time I was into photography it was far too expensive to buy and process for it to be wasted on me, but I do have this roll of Kodachrome 64 that I will keep as a memento of a different era in photography.
This photo was processed with the demo version of Alien Skin’s Exposure 2, set to Kodachrome 64. It’s unfortunate that this filter will be a ghost of film past, but at least it’s something?