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Even during treatments for lymphoma, when he was too weak to leave the house, photographer Jeff Jacobson simply discovered a new world inside with his camera. But as his treatments subsided, Jacobson faced a new challenge: In 2009, Kodak announced that it was discontinuing production of his favorite film, Kodachrome.
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From 1971 to 1977 the Environmental Protection Agency hired freelance photographers for a project called “Documerica” to capture photographs relating to the environment, including everyday life. David Hiser was hired and captured construction of homes using beer and soda cans.
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Michael Williams, who collects Kodachrome slides, said the film captures "a beautiful sense of adventure and optimism of life in the 1950s." Inspired by the photo-sharing site Flickr and Diane Keaton’s own collection, Williams decided to buy old Kodachrome slides, scan them and upload them to his blog.