Back in 2006, I stumbled upon the Kodachrome slides from my parents wedding taken by a number of different people. Also included were the slides from my parents honeymoon in Bermuda. One particular shot from that carousel was a sunset my father had taken... utterly stunning... I was so enamored that I decided for their anniversary that year I would blow it up and frame it. There it is still hanging above the front door at their house to see on your way out, it's like seeing a little slice of heaven each time you leave.
My wife Courtney and I decided before our wedding in May that we would have Kodachrome used at the wedding, we still had a professional photographer (an excellent one at that), but we would have a couple family members packing a combined 18 rolls of Kodachrome. We knew that most of the slides would come out imperfect, after all the venue was a little dark for ISO64 the flashes on the cameras were a bit underpowered to make up the difference. There was about 40-50 slides that were just great, exactly what we were aiming for... in fact we used one image for our christmas card.
|The Kodachrome Going Express to Kansas|
|Snow Drifts after the Storm|