Andrew and I have a fondness for Kodachrome that often comes up in our discussions of films photography’s past and future. For my part, I never actually shot much of it. The first time I’d ever bought any was for my 2003 venture to the island nation of Haiti, and nearly all of the film I shot on that trip was stolen or lost coming back into the U.S., so I’ve never seen my own images on Kodachrome.
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Kodak’s new extravagantly priced print magazine titled “Kodachrome” – has gone on backorder. Kodachrome is described as not being purely about film photography, but rather as something for everyone who “loves art, film and analog culture.” No update on when the next run of Kodachrome will ship out. Kodachrome is 71 pages and priced at $19.99 an issue. For some reason Kodak’s site wasn’t able to process our order, and we haven’t been able to get ahold of anyone at Kodak, so we will not be reviewing the magazine as we had originally planned. Response on Twitter has been varied, with some praising the new print from Kodak and others wishing it focussed more on photography and less on everything else. With another print run on the way, now would be a good time to get a order in and decide for yourself. (Link) FP
I’m sitting here watching Kong Skull Island and I notice, as any photographer would, that actress Brie Larson really looks like she’s shooting that Leica. Sure enough she is! In fact, if you watch the film almost all of what we she her do looks great! That’s because while filming director Jordan Vogt-Roberts had Brie Larson’s character carrying a real working Leica M3, with 35mm lens (it looked to be the 35/f3.5 Summaron we’re reviewing in a week or two!) and goggles. Continue reading “BRIE LARSON, PHOTOGRAPHER & FEMALE LEAD OF KONG: SKULL ISLAND”