Friday, October 26, 2012

The Early 40's in NYC on Kodachrome

Today I stumbled upon this astonishing collection of color photos taken in the early 1940's by Charles Cushman. They are so vivid, immediate and illuminating - I can't take my eyes off of them.  Evidently Cushman was a tourist who snapped these photos on Kodachrome, an expensive color reversal film. Click HERE to read the full article and see more photos.







5 comments:

mary said...

omg!! I LOVE these!!!

Katherine Wolak said...

Love your pictures! You are so right, these are beautiful!

Hugs,

Connie said...

What a wonderful discovery. Thank you for introducing me to Charles Cushman. Love!!!
Connie*

Betsy said...

And the beauty and longevity of these photos remind me we could all sing a rousing chorus of: 'Mama don't take my Kodachrome away' - :-)

Anonymous said...

Too late. Kodachrome is gone and Kodak will stop making film altogether very soon.
But you can still buy Fuji.
I love film and will NEVER go digital.