I've read in various interviews with photojournalists from the 60's when colour was just about becoming mainstream, that newspapers wanted photogs to shoot Kodachrome, and it was a gold standard. Given that it was only available in very low iso's/asa's, I would love to hear some recollections from older photographers about the practicality of shooting with it indoors? It must have been nerve-wracking to say the least. Would love to know what kind of equipment you used, how you lit it, what kind of choices you had, or was it a case of buy a powerful handle mount flash and hope for the best as it was too slow for anything else? As a side note, now that we are in the digital era and are able to experiment with lighting indoors with instant image review, how many photojournalists used techniques like bounce flash or off camera lighting, particularly before auto-thyristors came in and provided some reliability/consistency? I'm wondering if the whole strobist thing is a relatively new idea, or were there photographers out there way back when, braving it with fully manual flashes, no time to meter properly, and no instant review of your image?