Thirty-six frames and out. I've talked before about Steve McCurry being bequeathed the last ever roll of Kodachrome film. I've been writing about contemporary art in Istanbul lately for a freelance job and so of course, this melancholy story is coming full circle for me.
The prints from Steve McCurry's Kodachrome finale were recently on display at the Istanbul Modern. (Also on McCurry's website.) DeNiro, New York, India!
But most especially, NOW there is a new documentary about the experience, from National Geographic-- the organization that helped to make Steve McCurry famous when they put his Afghan Girl on the cover. Check it out, ya'll. Kodachrome may be dead, but the stories aren't.