There’s nothing more that sends you back to the past than browsing through old Kodachrome slide photographs of travels you took in your youth. This is my first attempt, using a slide duplicator that screws to the front of a camera lens. With an adapter at both ends of the lens and a macro lens, these were never going to be perfect reproductions. Read into that, depth of field equals next to nil.
I persisted with a selection of them as I was curious to see the outcome – blurry (rather like the memories) and ripe for some effects work.
Some time in the future, I’ll borrow a camera that doesn’t require the lens adaptor at the front end. In the meantime, here are a dozen of the snaps taken way back in 1980.