“The process was called the autochrome, and it was a complicated process using, of all things ... potatoes.”
“The autochrome process, the first successful method for producing color photos, produced Impressionist-like images with delicate colors.”
“In all, the softened autochrome colors enhance the notion of distant places and times.”
“The 1910 autochrome of medieval cosplayers, cropped above, and the monkey-on-a-rhino gelatin print below are in a set of early 20th century photographs from The George Eastman House, which has joined the flickr commons.”
“Seen here is a stereo autochrome, c. 1912, by Paul Sano.”
“Steichen introduced color photography to the United States in 1907; the autochrome technique he used was developed by the Lumi? re brothers in Paris.”
“The richness of the colours can be extreme as you see from the colour photographs (Lumiere autochrome plates) which are here projected.”
“All the illustrations, both autochrome and monochrome, are the work of Mr. Coburn.”
“A recent exhibition of priceless autochrome colour photographs nearly 100 years old drew more than 100,000 visitors -- a record for the Albert Kahn museum in Paris -- captivating visitors with everyday scenes and palace life in a country whose native rulers behaved like God.”
“Victor Gray, co-ordinator of Exbury's forthcoming autochrome exhibition said: 'It's hard to explain the quality of the colour, and imagine the astonishment when autochromes were first displayed.”
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