Tricia Stone rolls a container of one of the many chemicals used in the processing of Kodachrome film. The primary difference between Kodachrome and  other reversal films is that the dyes are in the processing chemicals rather than in the film emulsion, which contributes to the film's color saturation and extraordinary archival qualities.
Tricia Stone rolls a container of one of the many chemicals used in the processing of Kodachrome film. The primary difference between Kodachrome and other reversal films is that the dyes are in the processing chemicals rather than in the film emulsion, which contributes to the film's color saturation and extraordinary archival qualities. The Wichita Eagle
Tricia Stone rolls a container of one of the many chemicals used in the processing of Kodachrome film. The primary difference between Kodachrome and other reversal films is that the dyes are in the processing chemicals rather than in the film emulsion, which contributes to the film's color saturation and extraordinary archival qualities. The Wichita Eagle

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