Rob Morrow on his first ‘Morrow’, June Mountain, CA (1991)
Ah-Ha: Kodachrome 200 was a great way to pop up the contrast and color in a shady situation (cloud throwing shade where we were shooting). Exposure was generally the same as a sunny day which kept the backlighted peak in the background from blowing out. Now you can just spin the ISO dial on the digital cameras or adjust in RAW.
Canon F1 with 24-35mm f2.8L (Kodachrome 200)