Kodak Discontinuing Kodachrome

Sorry to start off your Monday with some decidedly sad news, but Kodak announced this morning that theys sales, which are now, predictibly, overwhelmingly based in digital photography. They expect supply to become exhausted by the fall and the last roll will be given to Steve McCurry, the photojournalist behind the iconic National Geographic photo of an Afghan refugee girl.

Sorry to start off your Monday with some decidedly sad news, but Kodak announced this morning that they're pulling the plug on Kodachrome after 74 years of incredibly dilligent service. Apparently, the iconinc film was only responsible for a fraction of one percent of Kodak's sales, which are now, predictibly, overwhelmingly based in digital photography. They expect supply to become exhausted by the fall and the last roll will be given to Steve McCurry, the photojournalist behind the iconic National Geographic photo of an Afghan refugee girl. He's going to shoot the roll and the photographs will be sold for charity.