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James Clerk Maxwell, Tartan Ribbon, 1861, Science Museum, Reproduced by permission of the Trustees of the Science Museum, South Kensington, London., LL/41539
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15.01   Improving content on photographic techniques
15.02   Introduction to colour
Hand-painted photographs
15.03   Introduction to hand-painted photographs
15.04   Packaging for colour plates and film
Photochromes, photochroms and related processes
15.05   Léon Vidal: Le Trésor Artistique de la France (1878)
15.06   Photochroms
Early colour processes
15.07   Hillotypes
15.08   James Clerk Maxwell: Experiments with colour
15.09   Louis Ducos du Hauron: Early experiments with colour
15.10   Gabriel Lippmann: Lippmann colour glass plate process
15.11   Frederic Eugene Ives: San Francisco Earthquake (1906)
15.12   Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii: Early colour photographs of trees and tracks
15.13   Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii: Ethnic and traditional costumes
Paget plates
15.14   Paget plates: Packaging
15.15   Frank Hurley: Paget plates of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914-1917)
15.16   The Lumière Brothers and the family: Autochromes
15.17   Examples of Autochromes
15.18   Pictorialists and the Autochrome
15.19   Fernand Cuville: Greece: Mount Athos
Colour photography and the First World War (1914-1918)
15.20   Colour photography during the First World War (1914-1918)
15.21   French color photographs of the First World War (Autochromes)
15.22   Fernand Cuville: Autochromes of the First World War
15.23   Color postcards of the battles at Verdun
15.24   Frank Hurley: Paget plates of the First World War
Artistic colour photography in Europe
15.25   Keld Helmer-Petersen: Colour
15.26   Luigi Ghirri: Kodachrome
15.27   Franco Fontana: Colour
Nature photography and colour
15.28   Eliot Porter: Colour
15.29   Ernst Haas: Colour
Documentary photography and colour
15.30   Albert Kahn: Archives of the Planet (1909-1931)
15.31   FSA - Farm Security Administration - OWI: Early colour
15.32   John Bulmer: Colour
15.33   Documerica Project (1971-1977)
Street photography and colour
15.34   The acceptance of colour in North American street photography
15.35   Harry Callahan: Colour work
15.36   William Eggleston: Colour
15.37   Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places
15.38   Helen Levitt: Colour
15.39   Saul Leiter: New York in colour
15.40   Joel Meyerowitz: Street photography
15.41   Fred Herzog: Colour
Fashion and the use of colour
15.42   The rise of colour in fashion photography
Advertising and commercial colour
15.43   Nickolas Muray: Advertising
Colour abstracts
15.44   Henry Holmes Smith: Colour abstractions
Colourising the past
15.45   Colourising the past
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