Kodachrome Memory featured cover story in The Independent

Blessed with brilliance, versatility, and a good work ethic, photographer Nathan Benn spent two decades shooting for National Geographic.”With Kodachrome,” Benn says, “you never knew what you got…going through my archive, the ones I was drawn to were the ones that were not didactic. The only ones I really like now are the ones where I had no control, where there was a serendipity, where taking the pictures was effortless.”

Nathan Benn talks to The Independent about National Geographic, the delayed satisfaction of shooting with Kodachrome film, and his new book Kodachrome Memory: American Pictures 1972-1990

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Kodachrome Memory: American Pictures 1972-1990