Tag Archives: Negatives

Kicking it Old School

Hey! Remember that time when we decided to go through a disastrous box of old slides and negatives!?!  … well, we definitely came across some awesome photos from the past!

Introducing our new series of “We found them in a box” photos — Every week we will post a new fun find — let us know what you think, how they make you feel (old, perhaps?), or simply that you’re just as curious to see more as we are!

Photo #1:  Kicking it Old School 

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{Fashionista Fran, SuperCool Sam, Denim Daisy or Sporty Sally}

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Ektachromes

We’ve been doing some spring cleaning!  We opened our drawers, filing cabinets and trunks and started going through some old film, slides and negatives from back in the day when there were no digital cameras, and definitely no photoshop!

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We’ll keep you posted on any hidden gems we find!

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Ektachrome is a brand name owned by Kodak for a range of transparency, still, and motion picture films available in most formats, including 35 mm and sheet sizes to 11×14 inch size.  Ektachrome, initially developed in the early 1940s, allowed professionals and amateurs alike to process their own films. It also made color reversal film more practical in larger formats, and the Kodachrome Professional film in sheet sizes was later discontinued.   –Wikipedia

 

 

 

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