Exposed: The Last Roll Of Kodachrome : NPR

There's no question that film is taking a back seat to digital these days, it's certainly far more convenient and the results are fantastic. For those of you wondering if this is a sign of the end of the film age, I say no. Although Kodachrome has been a film of choice by professional photographers for decades, the unique process of developing the film, designated Process K-14, has become such a specialty, that there is no longer a single lab left in the United States capable of developing this particular type of film. Legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry was given the honor of shooting the last roll of Kodachrome, click here for the article from NPR.