Photos From The Last Roll Of Kodachrome Film

Photos From The Last Roll Of Kodachrome Film
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National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry had the honor of shooting the final pictures using this technology.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 january 2013

National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry had the honor of shooting the very last roll of Kodachrome ever to come off the assembly line when Kodak stopped producing it.

He took 36 shots with the last roll of the legendary film and National Geographic documented the experience in a 30 minute video. Carrying around a DSLR for test photos, McCurry reached for his camera with Kodachrome film only when he had settled on the right shot.

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