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Kodachrome and Ektachrome from all angles
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First let us discuss the different film processes. Ektachrome in it’s latest form used Kodak’s E-6 process. Earlier versions used E-1 through E Many photographers preferred this because it could be developed in the home or business darkroom. Ko. Ektachrome is an E-6 film. you can have it processed today just like any other slide film. E Ektachrome is a long time standard for studio work. Not for the performance, but more for the fact that it was a standard. Since everyone used it, spec.
In this Sept. 4, file photo, Old Kodachrome slides are seen in Clarence, N.Y. AP Photo/David Duprey They are fast becoming a memory of Christmas past - . “perhaps a shift towards cool, strong on the blue and greens.” Yes it did shift a bit but it was pleasing. I used Kodachrome initially ( onward for a few years) but started using Ektachrome as it was available in a higher asa. Eventually I switched to Fujichrome in the 90s. All those beautiful slides using Ektachrome are now gone.
The inimitable colors of Kodachrome still enchant our eyes and most professional photographers have shot up in Ekta before the generalization of digital cameras. This group aims to collect photos taken with these mythical films but other are also allowed: Fujicolor, Perutzcolor The type of film used will be specified in the tags: Kodachrome, Ektachrome, Fujichrome The . It wasn't easy being green. Or yellow or red or blue, for that matter. While color photography had been around in one form or another since the s, until the Eastman Kodak Company came out with its Kodachrome film in , those wishing to capture a color image had to deal with heavy glass plates, tripods, long exposures and an exacting development procedure, all of which resulted in .
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Kodachrome and Ektachrome color photography from all angles, applicable to the common problems of all color photography enthusiasts; 35 mm., Bantam, size, movie and cut sheet color films. [Fred Bond].
Kodachrome is the brand name for a color reversal film introduced by Eastman Kodak in It was one of the first successful color materials and was used for both cinematography and still photography. For many years Kodachrome was widely used for professional color photography, especially for images intended for publication in print : Eastman Kodak.
Ektachrome is a brand name owned by Kodak for a range of transparency, still, and motion picture films previously available in many formats, including 35 mm and sheet sizes to 11×14 inch size.
Ektachrome has a distinctive look that became familiar to many readers of National Geographic, which used it extensively for color photographs for decades in settings where Kodachrome was too slow.
Ektachrome, which first hit store shelves inwas known first as a slide film. It was celebrated for its rich, distinctive look and for being particular about how it was exposed.
After announcing the return of Ektachrome, there were speculations about returning other types of Kodak film as rome was one of them, as Kodak was “investigating the possibility” of bringing it back.
However, it turns out they will clean the dust off some types of film – but Kodachrome is not likely to be among them. KODACHROME AND EKTACHROME From All Angles, Classic Photo Book by Fred Bond, WestSlopeBooks out of 5 stars () $ Vintage Ektachrome Kodachrome Slides Medical parkavenuethrift 5 out of 5 stars () $ Vintage Kodachrome & Ektachrome 35mm Slides Of Animals And Fossils In Wood Case Vintage Film Ephemera Vintage.
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The most common kodachrome film material is metal. The most popular color. You guessed it. There was an Ektachrome Duplicating film Type K that was made to make duplicates of Kodachrome.
The dupes looked kind of like Kodachrome, but it. Kodak first announced its plans to bring Ektachrome 35mm film back from the dead in January at CES.
But if you were worried that the announcement was just a lot of marketing hype, you have nothing to fear: it seems the resurrection of Ektachrome is proceeding apace, with full production scheduled for Author: DL Cade. Kodak's Ektachrome slide film came into existence about a decade after Kodachrome.
It's process and emulsions have continued on up to present day and show no signs of going away. There are different Ektachrome films around with different characteristics and all are very modern. Ektachrome is a lot easier and faster to bring back to market." One of the challenges lies in the complexity of Kodachrome.
The manufacturing process is. KODAK PROFESSIONAL EKTACHROME Film is a color positive film, also known as “reversal,” “slide,” or “transparency” film.
Unlike all of the other KODAK PROFESSIONAL Films available today, which are color negative films, EKTACHROME generates a positive image that can be viewed or projected once it is exposed and processed.
No Ektachrome is as sharp as Kodachrome, but they are all more color-accurate than Kodachrome. Kodachromes colors are what I call stylized.
Maybe EVS is the closest to Kodachrome 25. (Nothing else compares to Kodachr which combines high contrast and modest color saturation.) Of course, Velvia 50 was Fuji's answer to Kodachrome.
About 10 years ago, I bought a copy of the first edition of Fred Bond's Kodachrome and Kodacolor From All Angles. I was a heavy Kodachrome user at the time and I thought that the book would give me some insight into the film I was using, and what it.
EKTACHROME has a distinctive look that was the choice for generations of cinematographers. The film is known for its extremely fine grain, clean colors, great tones and contrasts.
Kodak will produce EKTACHROME at its film factory in Rochester, N.Y., and will market and distribute the Super 8 motion picture film version of EKTACHROME Film directly. "Kodachrome" is a song written and recorded by Paul Simon.
It appeared on his solo album There Goes Rhymin' Simon, and was released as. “We get asked all the time by filmmakers and photographers alike, ‘are you gonna bring back some of these iconic film stocks like Kodachrome [and] Ektachrome,'” says Overman.
As the song says, everything looks worse in black and white, and if there’s only one color film that could make “all the world a sunny day,” it was Kodachrome. Or so it seems. Like many film shooters today, I was born into an era in which Kodachrome was .Kodachrome is a American drama film, directed by Mark Raso, based upon a New York Times article written by A.G.
Sulzberger. It stars Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis, Elizabeth Olsen, Bruce Greenwood, Wendy Crewson, and Dennis film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 8,and was released on Apby ed by: Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Eric.
Pleasing film photographers everywhere, Kodak Alaris has announced its re-entrance into the color-reversal film market with the re-introduction of Ektachrome (E). After exiting the transparency film market inKodak focused its attention solely on color negative films, leaving color slide film lovers with no choice other than to switch brands or transition to working with negative film Reviews: