Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post

You are correct about Kodachrome, but at least all flesh tone types suffer equally!

That is one reason I don't like Kodachrome.

And I never said that I liked the Acne effect. AAMOF, Agfa products were noted for the Acne effect and were quite bad at the time. We worked hard to give the right tone but gloss over the acne. It was not easy. I might describe it some day.

Kodachrome 25 and 64 were fine in the 1970s and 1980s outdoors, but Kodachrome 200 appeared a little undersaturated.

But Velvia's (and Fujichrome's RD100 "New Improved" = Provia 100 (I)) skin tones drifted into a very unfavorable orange, especially from Kodak chemistry.