My brother in law sent me a link the other day that I want to share with you all here. It’s a selection of 4×5 Kodachromes made mostly during WWII. It’s unusual enough to see color photos from that era as color reversal film was still fairly new (Kodachrome was introduced in 1935) and expensive to process. We’re extremely spoiled as photographers today. Our digital SLR’s are more computerized image processors than they are cameras and with the luxury of post processing in Photoshop that can allow someone with a little skill to make a good image out of a horrible exposure, many “photographers” don’t worry much about getting things right during the shot.
So visit this link and revel in the beautiful images made when you got it right “in camera” or else.