Dear Kodachrome. I miss you.

Back in the day, Kodachrome was generally a photographers first pick when it came to shooting color.  The digital revolution has transformed the art and craft of photography, but there are days that I miss the touch, smell and look of film.  Kodak discontinued production of Kodachrome in 2009, but it’s unique look remains hard to beat.  Here is a KR64 favorite of mine, dawn at downtown Kansas City’s Broadway bridge, recently purchased by a new client for display in their offices.

A toll booth collector awaits early morning rush hour commuters at Kansas City's Broadway bridge. ©Eli Reichman, 2010. All Rights Reserved.

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