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henbo Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Oct 2004Sat 08-Mar-14 12:22 PM
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"Spider web"


Tistrup, DK
          

This is a photo from one of the few Kodachrome 64 films I have ever shot. I would love to have tried the Kodachrome 25 ISO as well, but I never managed to try it out before it was discontinued.

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Shooting details:
Nikon FA
Micro-Nikkor 105mm AI f4
Kodak Kodachrome 64 ISO
Scanned with Nikon Coolscan V
Post processing in Capture NX2

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jgrobitaille Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Feb 2014Sat 08-Mar-14 06:24 PM
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Boucherville, CA
          

Really nice Henning. Good details but man I hate spiders.

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henbo Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Oct 2004Sun 09-Mar-14 06:59 PM
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Tistrup, DK
          

Thanks a lot John. I don't have anything in particular against spiders, but I know a few other people who also hate them.

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Scotty Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Feb 2002Sat 15-Mar-14 07:11 AM
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I'm just looking at the colour palette of the background... nothing beats KC for that... man I miss that film...

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henbo Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Oct 2004Sat 15-Mar-14 04:35 PM
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Tistrup, DK
          

Thanks for commenting, Alex.

I never shot enough Kodachrome 64 to get really familiar with it. When I was shooting it, I needed to ship it to Switzerland for development and I didn't like the risk of loosing the film in the mail (it happened once).

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jtmcg Gold Member Nikonian since 22nd Mar 2007Sat 15-Mar-14 12:50 PM
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Simsbury, US
          

Loved Kodachrome 64 and 25. Have many of those little yellow 36 slide boxes.

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henbo Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Oct 2004Sat 15-Mar-14 04:40 PM
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Tistrup, DK
          

Hi John,

I must say that I have always loved Kodak Elitechrome a lot. I still have enough of this film in the frigde for the next couple of years.

I would like to have tried Kodachrome 25 before it was stopped being produced. I can only guess about how the results would have been.

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pqtrths Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd May 2007Sat 15-Mar-14 04:55 PM
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Dublin, CA, US
          

I used all three Kodachromes - 25, 64, and 200 - and loved them all. PKR-25 was definitely tripod only, PKR-64 and 200 became my workhorse films. But I too, jumped to the Ektrchrome emulsions with their hyper-saturated colors. Only lab that ever did Kodachrome and then Ektachrome justice was the New Lab in San Francisco, now gone.

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henbo Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Oct 2004Sun 16-Mar-14 04:29 PM
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Tistrup, DK
          

I completely forgot about the Kodachrome 200.

I have both Ektachrome (in 120 and 4x5 format) and Elitechrome in the fridge and are always looking forward to shoot these films.

I've started to develop E6 myself, as I get a lot fewer scratches compared to sending it to a lab. It's still relatively new to me, but I have been happy with the results so far.

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