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    These pictures are astounding :-o I have never seen pictures from WWII of that quality before. Thanks for sharing!

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    Kodachrome in 35mm is amazing too!
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Viva la Kodachrome! I'm going on a trip to the UK this summer, and am sure to bring plenty of Kodachrome (Don't worry, I've heard about UK weather and have gotten an f1.4 lens).
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    "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."— Dorothea Lange
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    RIP Kodachrome

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    It's sad that Kodachrome sheet film was discontinued around 1951. This is the reason there's hardly any good large format color photographs from the 50s; the Ektachromes have all faded badly!

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    I just realized that the first link I put up was wrong-

    This I the link I thought I put:

    http://freeforumzone.leonardo.it/dis...px?idd=7155592

    I really wish I could have a 20x24 Cibo of that first image uhuhuhhhh
    Last edited by EASmithV; 06-17-2009 at 02:42 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Wow, if anyone has some 4X5 Kodachromes we can work out a special deal on Ilfochrome prints. I have seen a lot, but never a 4X5 Kodachrome. Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightwisps View Post
    Wow, if anyone has some 4X5 Kodachromes we can work out a special deal on Ilfochrome prints. I have seen a lot, but never a 4X5 Kodachrome. Don
    Anyone have the phone number for the library of congress?
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    "TITLE: [Servicing an A-20 bomber, Langley Field, Va.]"


    http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/...34949:@@@fsaal

    Hit Bibliographic Info on the top of the page to view its stats...The 194Mb version looks AMAZING!


    Just remember...the pictures on that Italian website have been dodged, burned, and color corrected. The original transparency looks a bit "rough".
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    I saw a 10"x8" Kodachrome studio portrait about twenty years ago of Captain Clarke Gable when he was serving in the U.S A.A.F. in England during WW11, the quality was amazing.
    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    I saw a 10"x8" Kodachrome studio portrait about twenty years ago of Captain Clarke Gable when he was serving in the U.S A.A.F. in England during WW11, the quality was amazing.

    uhuhuh
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