Sunday, August 16, 2009

Mama Don't Take My Kodachrome

I recently heard that Kodak is retiring Kodachrome film this year.


And even though I haven't used film myself for over 5 years, it's still kind of like losing an old friend ya know?

So in honor of my old buddy Chromie, I dug out my very first Double Exposure from 1983 when I was about 13 years old.
OMG it's horrible! I had wrapped black sheets around my pets in hopes of creating a floating head effect. Oh the fun I used to have with film.

The back cracked me up too. Exposere?

Farewell my sweet, sweet Kodachrome.




Mom L said...

Little did Kippy and Princess know that they would start you on your way to being an amazing professional photographer!!!

Love you!

Clearwater Cheryl said...

Rod wants to confess to you that for about 5 years after the song came out he thought it said "Mama don't take my comb and throw it....away". What the heck???? And that was B4 his hearing loss! BTW,I think the nostalgic photo was very cool. Kitty looked very bored though.

Bush Babe said...

Oh I have some clangers... all my travelling photos from my 20s was taken on kodachrome... must get some scanned... *sigh*
PS Cute double exposere!!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

no more kodachrome? wow. times are a changing.

lifeshighway said...

Farewell, Kodachrome. sigh

Prairie Painter said...

And last year it was the old pro polaroid films. Tried buying some on ebay but they went nuts on I said goodbye...some things just can't be replaced.

Alix said...

As you know, my Kodachrome got pilfered. Damn.

Mark said...

Cute picture for a 13 yr old. Thanks for sharing. Yes, it is an end of an era. George Eastman would be surprised.

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