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Posts tagged: Kodak

Shelter, London.
Camera - Canon A-1, FD 50mm f/1.4.
Film - Kodak 400.

Shelter, London.

Camera - Canon A-1, FD 50mm f/1.4.

Film - Kodak 400.

A very Happy Father’s Day to my Dad! Love you.
Camera - Canon T70, 50mm f/1.4
Film - Kodak Colorplus 200.

A very Happy Father’s Day to my Dad! Love you.

Camera - Canon T70, 50mm f/1.4

Film - Kodak Colorplus 200.

Paris, Summer 2011.
Camera - Canon A-1, 50mm f/1.4
Film - Kodak Colorplus 200.

Paris, Summer 2011.

Camera - Canon A-1, 50mm f/1.4

FilmKodak Colorplus 200.

Promo shoot for Jon Fazal & The Sundance Kid.
Camera - Canon A-1, 50mm f/1.4
Film - Kodak Colorplus 200.

Promo shoot for Jon Fazal & The Sundance Kid.

Camera - Canon A-1, 50mm f/1.4

Film - Kodak Colorplus 200.

Expressionist photograph from a project based around my interpretation of Burial’s music. Inspired by Uta Barth.
Camera: faulty Praktica MTL3
Film: Kodak Colourplus 200 (I think?)

Expressionist photograph from a project based around my interpretation of Burial’s music. Inspired by Uta Barth.

Camera: faulty Praktica MTL3

Film: Kodak Colourplus 200 (I think?)

living-history:

unhistorical:

World War II-Era Kodachromes

These images are stunning. Not only do they showcase a few of the millions of “Rosie the Riveters” who worked in the defense industry during this time, but they do so in such brilliant quality. Kodachrome film was first sold in 1935, but it was discontinued in 2009, though its legacy through photos like these (plus iconic images like “the Afghan Girl”) still lives.

Most of the images are from Shorpy, but they were compiled here, where many other lovely images of 1940s America can be found.

I wish Kodachrome still existed. Stunning photographs.

untitled by Mannequin- on Flickr.

untitled by Mannequin- on Flickr.

untitled by Marigeno on Flickr.

untitled by Marigeno on Flickr.