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Subject: Historic color photographic processes

Historic color photographic processes

From: Paul Messier <pm>
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2002
While doing some research on the history of color photography, I
found a tremendous new resource that might be of interest to
followers of this discussion group. The Reproductions Department of
the George Eastman House has prepared a study set of forty 35mm
slides based on the key historical color processes in its
collection.  The study set includes multiple views of various
historic processes including some great macro photography.
Relatively common processes such as Kodachrome and SX-70 are
illustrated as well as more rare processes such as Lippmann,
Uvachrome, Joly, Mc Donough and Ives 2-color.  The study set is
available for $160. Please contact Janice Madhu at jkm [at] geh__org for
more details.

Paul Messier
Conservator of Photographs

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