In 2010, National Geographic covered legendary photographer Steve McCurry as he shot the final roll of Kodachrome film ever produced. You can watch fascinating video after the cut.
We all know the sad fate of the iconic Kodachrome film back in 2009. And as a sequel to this saga, you’ve probably heard how legendary photographer Steve McCurry had asked Eastman Kodak if he could have the final roll to be produced.
This symbolic last roll has already been shot, processed, and developed back in 2010, and the resulting photos can be viewed in a gallery in his website, but that does not mean we can’t get a glimpse of the process.
National Geographic was present in documenting McCurry and his journey in New York and India, and in making the last exposures count. You can watch this fascinating video below.
What do you guys think of his decision for his subjects? Would you have chosen the same?