For Kodachrome Fans, Road Ends at Photo Lab in Kansas - NYTimes.com
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Fri Dec 31 19:08:53 CST 2010
How K-14 works. From what I understand the original process was even
more complex. I don't think you could do this at home.
Kodak worked on this for a long time before they started selling it. From 1922.
At 07:01 PM 12/31/2010, Robert E. Seastrom wrote:
>Are you dead-on positive that it was Kodachrome that they were doing
>themselves (K-14) not Ektachrome (E-6)? If so, I'd really love to see
>a write-up on how they did it. ..............
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