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I am intrigued that Kodak are now pushing Kodachrome photography (note, I did not say Kodachrome is back) by publishing a new Kodachrome magazine, edition 2 of which is now available at a price of £20 here in the UK. It features Kodachrome images from the archives but is very expensive for what it is. I also note that a contact sheet featured in Edition 2 was shot on Ilford HP5, but it is what the featured photographer was using ‘back in the day’. Does this re-emergence mean that they are trying to raise interest in Kodachrome again? Pretty unlikely, but a strange move. Gerry
I'm pretty new at this, but I believe it is possible to make good copies of my 35mm slides using a lightbox, a frame to hold the camera, and a close-up lens (with a step-up adaptor to use a 77mm lens). I have rather limited financial resources and don't want to go out and buy all sorts of lenses and experiment if someone already knows how. Obviously my frame will need to be a specific height (which I can make), and since I'm shooting RAW, I can tweak the colour balance and so forth through Photoshop as required. In any case, many of my slides go back to the bad days of Agfa and Anscochrome and will need major work. Only the Kodachrome ones are any good, which fortunately is the bulk. I digress. Can anyone help me get started please ? I'd be very grateful. PS I'm so new at this, I have yet to take delivery of my Digilux 2 which I bought only a couple of days ago. Prior to that I had a Contax G2 kit. Foz