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Change isn't always good, and sometimes it's more expensiveStandardNet31) even processes Kodachrome. It will cost more, but change often makes what used to be cheap expensive. After demonstrating the light bulb, Thomas Edison ...
Epson Perfection V600 Photo ScanneripodnnYou cannot use Digital ICE technology when scanning Kodachrome slides though, because it sees the extra emulsion layer as dirt, so it should not be ...and more »
Loading my final roll of Kodak Kodachrome slide film
British Journal of PhotographyAOP Gallery seeks Kodachrome images for exhibitionBritish Journal of PhotographyThe exhibition will be a celebration of the Kodak slide-film which was discontinued last year after 74 years. There is no restriction on the type of images ...
Volný14. ročník Mezinárodního festivalu dokumentárních filmů JihlavaVolnýJonas Mekas v časech Kodachromu (Jonas Mekas in Kodachrome Days, r. Ken Jacobs, USA 2009) – Ken Jacobs udělal svojí typickou flicker metodou poctu nejstarší ...and more »
The End Draws Near for KodachromeWOWTIn June of 2009 Kodak announced that it would cease production of Kodachrome film. This ended the longest production run of any color film. ...
WHERE'S THE BALLArtnet"Pre-digitilization, amateur photographers cherished their film," Isca responded, "and the rolls of Kodachrome contained overexposures that were printed out ...
Filmmaker zoekt 8-jarige Gentse jongen om op laatste 8-mm film gefilmd te wordenHet Nieuwsblad... meest gebruikte super8-film aller tijden: het bekende gele doosje met Kodachrome 40 asa, waarop de meeste familiefilms over de hele wereld zijn gefilmd. ...
As Fall sets in I was reminded of how processing of Kodachrome 40 will cease at the end of December 2010 (as per Dwaynes Photo in Kansas). So the rush is on to get all of my remaining stock filmed and developed before then. It's a good time of the year, especially with the foliage and it's beautiful colors here in the Northeast. As I looked through my supplies I ran across this roll marked "K-40 Fall '08" and remembered it was a cartridge with an expiration date of 2005. I was amazed at how it's almost grainless in appearance, along with the crisp color-rich images it displays. It will be very missed. Here's to Kodachrome 40. Let's hope Dwayne's extends their deadline. DIY Telecine
UPPM Music Used in Kodak 1992 Kodachrome Film Test Song Title: Breath Composer: Gregg Lehrman Original Publisher: Killer Tracks Song Title: Kindle Composer: Ronni Shaw / Boris Nonte Original Publisher: Killer Tracks To license music used in this video, please go to www.unippm.com.hk
If you haven't seen the mesmerizing original, please do: www.youtube.com One thing though that I thought could use improvement was the soundtrack. In my opinion, the chosen music doesn't quite capture the remarkable poignancy of this footage so I changed it to Shostakovich's Romance from the film "The Gadfly". The performers are Tasmin Little (violin) and Piers Lane (piano). See what you think.
Ce film en couleur datant de 1922 est un des premiers tests de pellicule couleur pour le cinéma.Les longs métrages en couleur ne feront leur apparition que 13 ans plus tard.
Experimental film using an expired roll of Super 8mm Kodachrome 40 with an expiration date of 1989. DIY Telecine
This is footage that I filmed with a roll of Kodachrome 40 film that I found in my Great Grandpa's camera case and filmed with his camera. The film expired in the 70's I think so thats why the discoloration.
This is very rare Kodachrome Super 8 Sound movie film in the 200' cartridge. No longer available and can only be used in Super 8 sound movie cameras which can use take the 200' loads. I did hear that you can modify a 50' sound movie camera to take the 200' cartridge. Super 8 sound film has a magnetic stripe along both sides of the film, where the audio is recorded in sync with the picture. The easiest and cheapest way to record sync sound with your Super 8 sound camera. I recently shot some of this film and I have a sample posted online here. vimeo.com I do have this film for sale on eBay. Please check out my site: cgi.ebay.ca
Final roll of iconic Kodachrome film developed in Parsons storeLawrence Journal WorldAs a professional freelance photographer, McCurry has used Kodachrome film for 35 years. “It's definitely the end of an era,” he said of Kodachrome. ...
FotoBridge Celebrates Prominent Client Wins and Customer Acquisition MilestoneMelodika.net (press release)In just over two years, the company has digitally archived millions of photographs from prints, transparencies, slides and negative film. ...
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(Pic) Kodachrome Slides Become A Nostalgic CurtainPSFKThe advent of digital photography has resulted in film and tangible prints collecting dust. A poster on the Craftster message board has done something about ...
Adorama (press release)Photo News of the Week: July 16, 2010Adorama (press release)Dwayne's Photo Service, in Parsons, Kansas, has distinguished itself for many years as being the only place where you could get Kodachrome film developed, ...
New York TimesA Picture on the Wall? Why Not Do the Whole Wall?New York Times... While digital cameras have largely shoved aside film cameras, how we store and show off our snapshots has changed little since the heyday of Kodachrome. ...and more »
...with the final roll of the iconic film of the 20th century. As a professional freelance photographer, McCurry has used Kodachrome film for 35 years. "It's definitely the end of an era," he said of Kodachrome. "It has such a wonderful color palette ... a poetic...
Freelance photojournalist develops last roll of Kodachrome in Parsons labfox4kc.com(AP) — A photojournalist has developed the last roll of Kodachrome film developed by Eastman Kodak at a laboratory in Parsons. ...and more »
The image is first basically color corrected and then mixed down. Then we slightly oversaturate the image to the equivalent of 35mm film and then add slight sepia fades to shadows and midtones to contrast with the oversaturation and disguise artificiality. veracityproductions.blogspot.com
Montanus' career picture-perfectMorris Daily HeraldOne of the most exciting experiences Montanus had was in Africa, where he was sent to test a new Kodachrome film in 1988. “I was there for one month and I ...
A Sawdust artist who is truly drivenOCRegisterFor 30 years, he has used the same Nikon F2 and Kodachrome 64, a film Kodak stopped making last year and will soon become all but impossible to get ...
AFPFrench photo festival puts Jagger in spotlightAFPOther highlights at Arles include a selection of works by Austria's Ernst Haas using Kodachrome slide film, and a first-ever French retrospective for ...and more »
A roll of expired Super 8mm Kodachrome 40 dated 1983, shot using an Elmo Sound camera (FS20-XL) along with a Rode microphone. Sound was recorded in camera and transferred in post using an Ektasound 160 Sound Projector. Processed by Dwayne's Photo DIY Telecine
In this footage, a Panasonic HVX200A was used, not film. But our color correction masks the type of camera used and brings the picture to equal the tonality and saturation of a Kodachrome-like film stock with our touch of slight sepia tones.
Shot using an old Bell and Howell super 8 camera and then edited by hand with splice tapes. The music is a song I wrote performed on a vintage Wurlitzer 200A electric piano.
The original 3min. raw telecine footage of my 1974 Kodachrome 8mm 18fps film, has been enhanced with Avisynth. I think it shows an improvement on the original video I posted a few years ago? The projector gate had been enlarged. Above and below frames, and sprocket hole can be seen on the raw telecine.
stunning colour film - Torquay, Brixham, Oddicombe, Newton Abbot railway station, Dartmouth, Plymouth, Looe,Polperro, Mevagissey, Totnes, River Dart, river Fowey
Remarkable silent film, 16mm Kodachrome movie film, YouTube of it's day. Probably the first color film ever made of a volcanic eruption. Mokuaweoweo Crater eruption filmed probably in late 1935 by Harold T. Stearns, a USGS Hydrologist-Volcanologist. The lava fountains are hundreds of feet high, the erupting fissure inside the crater is about two thousand feet long. The crater floor is at an elevation of 13100' ASL. Stearns is flying in an open cockpit at an altitude of around 15000' ASL. View the entire film (1 hour, 6 min) at: mms://video.wr.usgs.gov/movies/early_hawaiian_volcanoes.wmv
Some quick test shots of an old roll of Kodachrome 40 with a Yashica Super Electro 800 camera with a modified gate to allow the image to film over the area designated for sound striping. The enlarged gate on my projector makes it possible to telecine this area. Many of the shots were from long to short since I wanted to make sure there were no focusing issues (I had read focal lengths could be an issue on some cameras with this modification). I used the oldest film I have just to get an idea of this camera. More testing (with better stock) to follow. The Yashica Super Electro 800 is a fully automatic-metering camera, and on some of them the readings swing wildly back and forth especially when measuring from f 16 and up (perhaps due to their cds' age). Glad to have found this one was pretty steady. DIY Telecine Processed by Dwayne's Photo
A sample of some of the earliest color motion picture film you will see.
Singapore 1986 shot on 8mm cine kodachrome. My dad took this on one of those fancy looking 1960s Bolex movie cameras. In the film are my Mum Lilian, Auntie Marjorie and Uncle Harold. My mum died 3 years later and I have so little cine film of her, so I have decided to put her on Yuotube for prosperity.
More cine film with me and my girl JoJo enjoying San Fransisco , Hollister and Los Alimos CA , bit blurry but love the bit by The Alamo Hotel sign .
Me and my girl trying out my dads old cine camera , just larking about in Hollywood and Long Beach . Bit blurry but you get the idea.
Some footage from a roll of Kodachrome 40 Super 8 film with an expiration date of 2005. Shot in downtown Miami and Miami Beach in August, 2009 with a Canon 814 Auto Zoom Electronic DIY Telecine
Auszug aus: "Concerning one thousand dollars", 1916 von der Eastman Kodak Company in zweifarbigem KODACHROME gedreht. Der Kurzfim dürfte um die sechs Minuten gedauert haben und war gleichzeitig ein Werbefilm für Kodak Kameras. Inhalt: Die Frau eines Erfinders in finanziellen Nöten, erfährt aus der Zeitung von einem Fotowettbewerb, deren erster Preis $1000 sind. Sie gewinnt, und nach einigem Zaudern akzeptiert der Ehemann das Geld um damit seine Forschungen fortzusetzen. --------- Extract of "Concerning one thousand dollars", made in two-color KODACHROME by the Eastman Kodak Company in 1916. The short film ran approximately six minutes and was also advertising the Kodak still camera. Synopsis: The wife of an inventor in financial trouble reads about a photographic contest whose winner will receive a $1000 award. She wins, and after some hesitation her husband accepts the unexpected present of a check to continue his research.
A Magical Film about the "Wild Orchids in Israel". If you like TimeLapse or Flowers, this is probably the greatest Super 8mm nature film ever made. Totally self-funded and Ten Years in the making, the amazing beauty of the Wild Orchids of Israel has painstakingly been captured on stunning Kodachrome film by esteemed cinematographer Doron Hirshberg . The film was originally broadcast on the BBC in 1987. Not satisfied, Doron spent another three years shooting more footage to include more scenes about the actual pollination process. When finally ready to re-edit all the films in 2007, Doron flew from Israel to CinePost in Atlanta in order to produce a scratch and dirt-free Telecine Transfer for the new digital masters. Digital editing was completed in late 2007. Duna Televizio (Hungary) will be broadcasting the Restored Master this Winter. The Digital Masters are now ready for any venue with English narration and a stereo M&E track, in either PAL and/or NTSC. Total running time is 60 minutes. To book or rent this film, contact CinePost at email@example.com. It is also available on DVD. Please comment below!
A roll of 16mm Kodachrome 40 filmed recently in Astoria, NY. Expiration date was January, 1979.
www.webalice.it Paris 1944. Unedited US amateur 16mm Kodachrome film. Soundtrack performed by Introspective ("Mail Order Monsters")added (Demo Only) in 2009 by ROMANO-ARCHIVES. Editing by ROMANO-ARCHIVES. "SUBSCRIBING to this Channel is a MUST for researchers and RARE HISTORICAL FOOTAGE fans!!!" V. Romano This is a clip from the ROMANO-ARCHIVES' new website "Unknown World War 2 in Color"-"WW2 Europe" section. At: www.webalice.it Visit also: romanoarchives.altervista.org A better quality silent copy of this clip is available. Hi-Res videos from our Collections are available on DVD, CD or directly in your inbox. Clips and movies can also be downloaded from our servers using a PW or uploaded by us to your FTP.
Hitler gets the news. I noticed some Leica fans have noticed this I didn't really think about it when I was thinking of a camera for him to order, so I chose an Leica M9 because it's German. I do think it was stupid for Leica not to change the naming scheme with the move to digital it confuses things. I am part Jewish BTW.
Punt'e S'arena 29/08/2009 Camera: Aiptek AHD 200 Editing software: Sony Vegas Pro 9.0 Effect: NewBlue FX Kodachrome film look Song: "We'll never know" - Lifehouse
by Jeff Altman vimeo.com "Shot by my grandfather on his Bell & Howell Filmo using 16mm Kodachrome film stock. This footage was taken a year after the California theme park opened. It was quite a surprise going through this and seeing my grandmother meeting Walt Disney himself! I've been doing my best to find out what they were shooting at the front of the park. So far I've been unsuccessful. Transferred to HD (1080PsF 23.98) myself off a Spirit and Color Corrected using a da Vinci 2k Plus. Slowed to 18fps to match the original film speed."
An old 16mm wedding film from eBay with beautiful colors on Kodachrome film.
Before MTV and music videos... Before video tape... Before digital cameras and digital editing... Back in the days of silent Super-8 film and editing by cutting and gluing the film... I created this (very literal) music video to the tune of Paul Simon's "Kodachrome" during the summer of 1973. To show this on a Super-8 projector required manually starting the film and then precisely dropping the needle on the phonograph record at exactly the right time and exactly the right spot to synchronize my edits to the music. In this digitized version, the film is running at "normal" speed, and I've sped up the song to stay in sync with the picture.
Shot on the Canon HV20, an attempt to emulate 8mm Velvia film stock, (similar to Kodachrome film stock)
Video taken at 30p progressive with the Canon HG20 - experiment to emulate an 8mm Velvia/Kodachrome film stock.