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    Daniel,

    I wish you the best of luck with this. Ever since I saw you announce the project a while back on another site I've been checking in from time to time to see how it is progressing. Your photography is truly amazing and I think you will do the Kodachrome legacy proud with this endeavour. I can't wait to see the final result!

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    You have made a good start, and I’m certain that you have it in you to carry your intensions through. Best of luck.

    Claes

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    The site now better reflects a more global and celebration approach to this campaign and project. The forum software is on, but PHP needs to be up on my server, so I am a day or so away from the launch of the forums.

    But keep an eye on it, things are moving fast....
    "I'm the freak that shoots film. God bless the freaks!" ~ Mainecoonmaniac ~

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    For what it is worth, as of today, Dwayne's now participates on the Kodachromeproject forum.

    And by the way, the project's main focus are three things:

    1. To visually celebrate Kodachrome's 75th anniversary.

    2. To petition for Kodak to allow Kodachrome photographers to be able to do that.

    3. To foster the ideas of shooting meaningful images on Kodachrome in what could be it's last couple years instead of just seeing it fade away.

    Also, Kodachrome 64 is officially done in 24 exposure.
    "I'm the freak that shoots film. God bless the freaks!" ~ Mainecoonmaniac ~

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    Great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM-25 View Post
    For what it is worth, as of today, Dwayne's now participates on the Kodachromeproject forum.
    Before the project really gets underway, has anyone drawn Dwayne's attention to the misgivings that I and others have had regarding their processing standards?

    They cannot have missed the issues that have been raised on APUG and with direct involvement in the project they surely have little option but to sharpen up their act or face the music. I certainly hope the former is the case, but would take a lot of persuading before entrusting my hard work to Kodachrome/Dwaynes once more.

    Steve.

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    Well said Steve. All the negative feedback I've heard, regarding Dwaynes has been my primary reason for abandoning Kodachrome. The risk of getting back ruined work on top of the time it takes and the effort to make the exposures hasn't seemed worth it.
    I love Kodachrome, and no other color film is remotely comaprable IMHO.
    The Kodachrome project is inspiring however, so maybe I'll shoot some again, and at the very least, help make sure it goes out in style.

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    I couldn't help it. With my most recent order of 127 film from B&H, I added 5 rolls of 36 exp Kodachrome 64. The withdrawal symptoms, or rather, the inspiration, came back after reading about your site, Daniel. I also registered with your site.

    Hopefully, despite the negative things I've read about Dwayne's, they will do as good a job as they have done for me in the past. I noticed they were online when I registered with Kodachromeproject.com.

    I collect Kodachrome slides and may be able to contribute, somehow, to your site.

    All the best!

    Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Roberts View Post
    Before the project really gets underway, has anyone drawn Dwayne's attention to the misgivings that I and others have had regarding their processing standards?

    They cannot have missed the issues that have been raised on APUG and with direct involvement in the project they surely have little option but to sharpen up their act or face the music. I certainly hope the former is the case, but would take a lot of persuading before entrusting my hard work to Kodachrome/Dwaynes once more.

    Steve.
    My feelings exactly. I switched to E-6 films because of inferior lab work. I have been tempted to go back to Kodachrome but I am waiting for some positive reports on processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Roberts View Post
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    They cannot have missed the issues that have been raised on APUG .......
    Steve.
    And this is one of the reasons I'm going to give them another try. I'm going to find out for myself rather than waiting around until it's too late.

    Marc

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