August 8, 2011 | Uncategorized

Let’s Re-Play a 1922 Film Test

Ed Note: This post was first published on VideoUniversity on September 17, 2010. We’re bringing it back one more time because frankly we think it deserves another viewing.

The comments from my last posting of this video included questions about the historical accuracy and the dates of the Kodachrome tests. But most people found the film beautiful, but sad with an ethereal quality. What’s your opinion?

Here’s the original posting:
http://www.videouniversity.com/kodachrome-film-tests

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One thought on “Let’s Re-Play a 1922 Film Test

  1. Travis Fasko

    I thought it was just amazing.. I wonder what it must have been like to be there when all this new tech was being worked on. Must have felt like they were going to the moon.

    I was sad, wonder were the test subjects are today.

    Travis

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