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COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY IN PRACTICE. Ducos du Hauron: Le MELANOCHROMOSCOPE (1899) very rare 3-color camera, format 6x13cm, fixed focus achromatic lens, ground-glass focusing screen. This color separation camera takes three exposures on one plate, it does not use a shutter, and may be used as a camera for taking exposures and as a chromoscope for viewing them.
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Spencer Photography, North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. A diversity of captured moments and artistic expressions. School of Colour Photography 1930s - Agfacolor + Kodachrome German Book 1939. Customs services and international tracking provided.
Learn about the development of colour photography-from the very first .
Learn about the development of colour photography-from the very first experiments with hand-colouring to the mass-production of commercially viable colour film. In practice, however, mathematical probability meant some grouping of grains of the same colour was inevitable. Invented in 1928 by Dr DA Spencer, who later went on to become Managing Director of Kodak Ltd, Vivex was a modification of the Trichrome Carbro process in which sheets of cellophane were used as temporary supports for the pigment images. Any minor problems with registering the images could be corrected manually by stretching or squeezing the cellophane to ensure perfect superimposition.
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