A great honour was bestowed upon National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry. If you haven’t heard of Steve McCurry before, I’m pretty sure you would have seen one of his photos. It’s probably one of the most famous photos of our time, “The Afghan Girl“.
Steve McCurry asked Kodak for the last roll of KodaChrome to come of the production line, after it was announced that they would be stopping production. Steve cleared a 6 week block to shoot this 1 roll of film. As someone that shoot film often I could only imagine the added pressure if you knew this was the very last roll of film to be ever made, especially if I had such a connection to it like Steve has to KodaChrome.
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