Courtesy of Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos, ©Steve McCurry

Magnum photographer Steve McCurry pulled strings two years ago to get his hands on the last roll of Kodachrome film that Kodak produced. Now Vanity Fair has posted a slideshow of the images McCurry shot with that film.

So how did he do with the final frames of this legendary film stock? Did he do justice to the roll? And if not, to whom should Kodak have given the film instead? (View the rest of the images here.)

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