The last rolls of Kodachrome color film will be developed today at Dwayne's Photo, a small family business in Parsons, Kansas. Then the last processing machine will be shut down and sold for scrap. "Eastman Kodak gave the last roll of Kodachrome to Steve McCurry, the noted National Geographic photojournalist. He shot the last three frames of that roll in Parsons before dropping it off at Dwayne’s," writes Jerry Lazar at KobreChannel. Video: The last roll of Kodachrome.
* Noted: Gary Leonard's gallery in Downtown has an exhibit of Kodachrome billboards from L.A in the 1950s and 60s.
Photo: New York Times