Originally Posted by htmlguru4242
Wogster, that is true, but you'd understand if you had read the books. They are ... unique.
I read the first one, and although I love science fiction, I was not impressed... Saw the movie, was even less impressed....
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The greatest advance in photography in the last 100 years is not digital, it's odourless stop bath....
Why can't Kodak just make this easy for me and bring back Kodachrome? I had a set of my slides out yesterday ... oh lord those colors!
The last roll that I shot is almost entirely close-ups of flowers ... and I nailed the exposure on *every* damn shot.
Anyways, I have a couple rolls of fuji and some Digibase CR200 on their way from B&H. I'll let you guys know how it comes out.
Anyone have comments regarding hand-processing of E-6?
Kodachrome's colors were definitely unique. My parents have bunches of slides shot on Kodachrome. And most of those were shot with a Kodak Instamatic camera. Oh those colors.
Having said that, I think you'll like Provia's colors. They're not the same as Kodachrome but they're pretty neutral and less saturated than Velvia.
Shoot more film.
There are eight ways to put a slide into a projector tray. Seven of them are wrong.