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    Reports of (Colour) Kodachrome Home Processing Emerge from Sydney

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Actually Stone, I would be happy to teach someone how to do it for $1M. But, I would not produce any commercial runs and the lab would have to be set up beforehand with equipment and chemicals to my specification. That latter would not be included in the $1M of course, or I would spend the $1M myself just setting up!

    You understand that, right?

    Edit: After seeing all the hype about tax increases in 2013, I would like to add that the $1M that I would get would be after taxes.

    You understand that as well, right?

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    Haha oh man, how about if I just pay you by a shell company set up in the Cayman Islands so we can both save money...

    I am NOT a millionaire, not even close, so this won't happen, at least not by me...

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    Come to Rochester NY, the former "Mecca" for photography.

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    ... and we could arrange for a special tour of the George Eastman House (and collection).
    Do you both mean to tell me you are both in Rochester still? I actually would make a trip up to hang out and geek out on photography, if you really mean it we can set something up perhaps?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Actually Stone, I would be happy to teach someone how to do it for $1M. But, I would not produce any commercial runs and the lab would have to be set up beforehand with equipment and chemicals to my specification. That latter would not be included in the $1M of course, or I would spend the $1M myself just setting up!

    You understand that, right?

    Edit: After seeing all the hype about tax increases in 2013, I would like to add that the $1M that I would get would be after taxes.

    You understand that as well, right?

    PE
    Actually, after this thread I'm beginning to see your point about some of these threads.

    OTOH, threads remembering Kodachrome and talking about what we've shot with it, maybe sharing images, that seems cool and appropriate to me. But it seems the "yes it's possible to do it by hand" should read "it's possible, barely, to process it manually" and requires a rather generous definition of "possible."

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    I remember Kodachrome.

    Yes, Fred and I live in Rochester and have been associates for many many years. By all means, visit us at GEH.

    PE

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    Reports of (Colour) Kodachrome Home Processing Emerge from Sydney

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    I remember Kodachrome.

    Yes, Fred and I live in Rochester and have been associates for many many years. By all means, visit us at GEH.

    PE
    Saturday?

    Also, is there actually a "post your Kodachrome images and memories but don't mention processing or even ask here" forum? I'd post a few.


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    Reports of (Colour) Kodachrome Home Processing Emerge from Sydney

    Oh and as a joke, I was thinking how clever it would be to shoot images of PE and George and the GEH on Kodachrome forcing them to consider processing to get the images of course I would never do that...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof_Pixel View Post
    ... and we could arrange for a special tour of the George Eastman House (and collection).
    You could also arrange a 3 minute tour of what is left of Kodak's operations....
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    Reports of (Colour) Kodachrome Home Processing Emerge from Sydney

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    You could also arrange a 3 minute tour of what is left of Kodak's operations....
    Yes I'll take it all


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    AFAIK, there are no tours of Kodak at all anymore. There were in days gone by.

    Fred and I often meet at GEH, and we have a rather irregular lunch group as well. We are overdue for a lunch.

    Saturday is fine with me for lunch. IDK about a private tour though. That would have to be arranged with more lead time and it would have to be a weekday. There are regular tours that go through the entire GEH home and exhibits, but tours beyond the locked doors into the restoration areas are by appointment only.

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    Re: Reports of (Colour) Kodachrome Home Processing Emerge from Sydney

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    Actually PE was so many times the object of a proposal to close him in a barn to work at this project that I think he begun seriously worrying about it to be put in practice
    Can't do it. I was the offerer of the barn. And I lost it in a fire a few years ago.
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    Reports of (Colour) Kodachrome Home Processing Emerge from Sydney

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    Can't do it. I was the offerer of the barn. And I lost it in a fire a few years ago.
    Were you processing in there when it burned down? At least you got some images of it.


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