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There is something about the color red that make our brains go a little bit crazy. A symbol of love, rage, courage, desire, power, and passion, it is one of the prime colors that can have an amazing impact on people and, as such, an amazing impact on your photography.
The earliest attempts at photographing color can be traced back to the 1840's, but it wasn't until 1935 when Kodak introduced their legendary Kodachrome film that color photography became a ubiquitous thing.
It is important to note, that this particular film behaves exquisitely when it comes to warm colors, especially red. A couple of years ago, Fujifilm developed something called “Classic chrome” in order to mimic this extraordinary behavior.