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Thanks, Dave. I am just trying to keep this thread on the front page, so others can remember to post images. Just priming the pump. There has got to be a lot of Kodachrome out there.
Yes! In the meantime, thank you for your contributions... we are weaving a beautiful and colorful thread here.
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Canon FTb, FD 135/3.5. Kodachrome II, 1973 (an old girlfriend).



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Christmas 1946. My grandparents in their back yard. I suspect the somewhat desaturated color is due to the use of an uncoated lens.
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A Kodachrome print of a Kodachrome slide. Early 1954, my sister and me with our great-grandparents.
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GREAT photos, Earl!!!!

Thank you for sharing...
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Kodachrome 64, mid 1970's?



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Great thread!

Here's one of mine.

A few more here: http://demare.me/gallery/index.php/tag/18/Kodachrome

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Whew!!!

I never knew Kodachrome scans could be so nice! This is fun!!!
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I never knew Kodachrome scans could be so nice!
In my not so humble opinion, Kodachrome scans very nicely, as long as the exposure of the original is good. My experience is that Kodachrome was very unforgiving, and could not take a joke when it came to missed exposure.
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My nephew, about the time that I first met him, Summer 1976. K64 if memory serves, Fujica ST 701 and an off-brand 135/2.8.
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GREAT photos, Earl!!!!

Thank you for sharing...
Thanks, Dave. And thanks for creating this thread, one of the best photo galleries I've seen in many years.
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Canon FTb, Kodachrome II, 1973, some KOA in the Florida Keys.



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Amazing... once again, many thanks for your images being posted here. It is a treasure and each one is a gift!

Kodachrome Central here... and this thread will serve many who have never seen, let alone actually used Kodachrome. Simply beautiful!
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dmr--I love that photo! Where was that taken?
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April, 1980, late afternoon at Grand Canyon. Pentax MX, 100/2.8.
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I believe Kodachrome II. Taken at sunset at some beach in Florida outside of Naples. Canon FTb.



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My daughter in 1987 enjoying some drops of warm rain.

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What a classic snapshot. Really terrific, Kodachrome or otherwise.

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One handsome dude (me), in 1958 (I think). Original Kodachrome. Argus C3.



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Friends 1961 Probably original Kodachrome from the color palette, but outside chance could be Kodachrome II
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dmr--I love that photo! Where was that taken?
Thanks.

Downtown Omaha at about 16th. and Douglas Sts.

Surf here, go to street view, and look northwest, you will see the view, although not in Kodachrome.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/41...44,-95.9393554

Here is another shot of the same building, again in Kodachrome. Both of these were shot with the GIII, ca. 2005.

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Kodachrome II, Canon FTb, Fd135/3.5. Some KOA in the Florida Keys.



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I was a little more surrealistic in 1964. But Kodachrome eventually pulled me out of it.

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I was a little more surrealistic in 1964. But Kodachrome eventually pulled me out of it.
The thing is, your image taken in 1964 is just as clean and clear today in 2018 as it was then!
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This is from the last roll of Kodachrome 25 I ever shot.



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