Those Nice Bright Colors

I can’t agree with Paul Simon’s sentiment in Kodachrome that “everything looks worse in black and white,” but in the week when Kodak announced the end of the line for its venerable color film it somehow seems fitting to drain the colors from Oregon’s Painted Hills.

Although I haven’t shot Kodachrome in nearly twenty years, it was the first serious film I used, and I will always remember, and be grateful for, those nice bright colors.

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