18 Pictures From History In Extraordinary Color

Long before the age of digital cameras and selfies, Kodachrome was the gold standard of color photography, bringing the world from black and white into lush and vibrant color. This Kodak-brand film was virtually the first modern color film available to the public, and through its vivid colors and ease of use, it forever changed the way that people understood (and remembered) the world around them.

On the 82nd anniversary of the release of this landmark product, BuzzFeed News has asked Todd Gustavson, curator of the George Eastman Museum technology collection and author of Camera: A History of Photography from Daguerreotype to Digital, to share his expertise on this remarkable product and its legacy.

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