Fujifilm has created film simulations for their cameras (and composingcatholic.com visitors know that Joey and I shoot nearly exclusively with Fujifilm cameras) designed to imitate their famous emulsions from the film era. These include Velvia, Astia, Acros and others. Kodak popularized Kodachrome which featured a slight desaturation along with a contrast boost. Because Kodachrome is a Kodak brand, Fujifilm was forced to call their rendition: Classic Chrome. I never had much use for it. Until lately. It provokes a sense of nostalgia for me, sending me back to the 1970s. Over the coming week, I’m going to see everything through my 1970s eyes. Minus the polyester.