Have you ever experienced a Kodachrome Christmas? Most of us will probably never do so as a last hurrah of sorts, we’d like to show you some fond holiday scenes shot with Kodachrome!
Do you remember those old catalogs that you used to browse through as a kid? They showed the ideal and nostalgic holiday menu that we’ve associated with the season. The guys from Chow.com recreated a couple of these scenes and reshot them with the same film used back then – Kodachrome! Sadly, this shoot is probably the last time we’ll be seeing the iconic film in all its contrasty splendor. So let’s all raise our glasses to Kodachrome. The holidays in the following years wouldn’t be the same without you. You shall be missed!
Check out this link for more behind the scenes shots and film vs digital snaps!
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