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    Kodachrome Legacy

    Sixty years' worth of Kodachromes from Fortune Magazine, including some really nice Walker Evans pix, and even one by Ansel Adams.

    http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2009/...une/index.html

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    Re: Kodachrome Legacy

    Very cool, Stephen. Thanks.

    I like the Remington Cartridge factory shot, and the W. Eugene Smith office shot, among others.

    My favorite 35mm film...

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    Re: Kodachrome Legacy

    Like Dale, the W. Eugene Smith office shot was striking.

    "The market wants a Leica to be a Leica: the inheritor of tradition, the subject of lore, and indisputably a mark of status to own."
    Mike Johnston


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