Thursday, July 3, 2014

Throwbaack Thursday - Not a Photo App

Sand Dune Fence, Folly Beach, SC. © Doug Hickok, All Rights Reserved. 
(Click on image for larger view. Kodachrome Film)

Before the invention of photo apps that were made to look like film photography, there was film photography. This image of a sand dune fence at Folly Beach was made on 35mm Kodachrome back in the 1980's. I pulled the slide from my files recently and scanned it. It shows a bit of aging, yet is mostly in good condition. 
If I had my choice of photo apps, I'd go for the old Kodachrome look. 
But there's nothing like the original.


  1. Still go back to the dark room just to smell the b&w processing liquids...

  2. I like it. Beatiful things always beaty. nice shot

  3. It's fun to see a scan of the original. I liked Kodachome and while it's great to be able to take many shots, I still like the results of using film. Most of my film is black and white. I have lots of slides, but have never been able to scan them very well.


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