London's East End in Kodachrome

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With the constant stream of images inflicted on us every day, it's easy to be blasé about color photography. But back in the 1960s, shooting on colored film was expensive and reserved only for special occasions. So, when photographer Chris Dorley-Brown was invited to examine thousands of David Granick’s colour slides, he knew he had stumbled upon something special.

David Granick (1912 - 1980) was a photographer who lived in the East End and documented its changing landscape from 1960 to 1980 using the classic Kodachrome film. These images capture the post-war streets of Stepney, Whitechapel, and Spitalfields, all with stunning clarity.

Discover Granick's previously unpublished photographs in the nostalgic collection, East End in Colour 1960-1980, published this year by Hoxton Mini Press and curated by Chris Dorley-Brown.


For more information on David Granick, please visit www.ideastore.co.uk. David Granick's photographs are courtesy of the Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives 277 Bancroft Road, E1 4DQ.

2018-10-03 #analogue #vintage #david-granick-the-east-end-in-colour-1960-1980

3 Comments

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    (Maybe) nowaday cinestill ISO 800 tone are quite similar with Kodachrome but never use expensive cinestill film with lomo camera because compare to mine it's very disappointed https://www.lomography.com/homes/hervinsyah/albums/2179434-… ... or it's just me (who sucks using expensive film) as usual ;p

  2. sirio174
    sirio174 ·

    @hervinsyah try to overexpose a Lomograhy CN800, you obtain similar vintage tones

  3. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @sirio174 thanks for suggestion. I have try lomo cn 800 120 with every set on my lubitel but never get that calm blueish like cinestill or kodachrome

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