Chapter 15    Alternative Color Exposure and Printing Processes

Juliana Swatko


  Alternative Film Techniques

  Cross Processing

  Multiple Exposures

  Using Black-and-White Negatives As Color Printing Masks

  Chromoskedasic Painting, by Laura Blacklow


  Making a Chromoskedasic Print

From the very start of photography and the invention of the daguerreotype (see Chapter 14) in 1839, the search for “realistic” color began. Daguerre even stated that the only feature needed to finish his revolutionary invention was naturalistic color.1 Alexander-Edmond Becquerel, described in Chapter 14 is considered by many historians to be the founding father of color photography for achieving natural, albeit impermanent, color direct ...

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