Posts Tagged ‘Kodachrome’

Look 3 Report: Alex Webb on His Creative Process, Kodachrome, and Magnum

Posted by on Sunday June 10, 2012 | Events, Photojournalism

Magnum photographer Alex Webb’s conversation with author and photography critic Geoff Dyer at the Look 3 photo festival provided a sweeping retrospective of Webb’s career, from his earliest black and white work through his development as a revered master of color photography on projects from Haiti to the US/Mexico Border, Florida, Cuba, and beyond. Throughout... More

Steve McCurry Marks End of Kodachrome Era with Global Trip

Posted by on Tuesday August 3, 2010 | Uncategorized

Last summer when Kodak announced it was discontinuing its once popular Kodachrome film, Steve McCurry requested the last 36-frame roll manufactured by the company. For nine months he planned a nostalgic journey to places he shot in the past. Followed closely by a National Geographic Channel TV crew, McCurry ventured this past June on a... More