FILM IS DEAD STOP BEING AN OLD FART: THE LAST KODACHROME ROLL

In 2010, ridiculously famous photographer Steve McCurry was given the honor to shoot with the last ever produced roll of Kodachrome Kodak film. Subsequently National Geographic made a short documentary about McCurry's process and progress of this final Koda–experience, creating a fascinating documentation of his journey to pick images that deserved to be on this last roll of iconic film.

The film, free to watch on YouTube, is a little dry – one would expect nothing less from a National Geographic documentary. But it's also super interesting, and the places McCurry visits to shoot are annoyingly beautiful and refreshingly diverse. The end results are of course beautiful, and definitely make you feel like a sellout as you labor over deciding what Instagram filter to put over your Sunday brunch meal.