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Nature Adds a Psychedelic Spin to Lucinda Bunnen's Photography

Sally Hansell | Posted 07.01.2016 | Arts
Sally Hansell

"The minute I saw those two photographs, I said, 'Oh, my lord, that's fabulous. How can I make that happen?'" says Lucinda Bunnen, recalling when she discovered two damaged slides while winnowing her archives of 60 years.

The Evocative Photography Of Elliot Erwitt, A Master Of Color

HuffPost Italy | Arianna Catania | Posted 03.02.2015 | Arts

"It’s about reacting to what you see, hopefully without any preconceived ideas. You can find images anywhere; it’s just a question of noticing thi...

LOOK: Rare Photos Show Life In WWII Internment Camp

Posted 08.21.2012 | World

During World War II, the United States incarcerated thousands of Japanese Americans -- some for up to 4 years -- in remote camps without due process. ...

PHOTOS: How Kodachrome Changed Our View Of America

Eric Sandweiss | Posted 05.16.2012 | Books
Eric Sandweiss

Scientists had experimented with the possibility of showing the world in color since even before the late 1800s, but it was the invention known as Kodachrome that delivered "the colors the human eye perceives" not just to obsessive eccentrics but to housewives, Boy Scouts and Rotarians.

WATCH: Creepiest Dating Instructional Film Ever

Posted 08.04.2011 | Comedy

Oh, if only the MST3K guys had gotten their hands on this piece of work. See, back in 1949, teens had Kodachrome movies to teach them about every aspe...

Elegy for Kodachrome

Dr. Philip Neches | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Dr. Philip Neches

The world as we knew it is slipping away. Last week, the last roll of Kodachrome came out of a laboratory in Parsons, Kansas.

Kodachrome Will No Longer Be Made By Kodak

Wall Street Journal | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Eastman Kodak Co. will discontinue its iconic Kodachrome color film this year due to tumbling sales as photographers embrace newer Kodak films or digi...