- 九州産業大学芸術学部研究報告 (ISSN:02867818)
- vol.20, pp.171-179, 1989-03-10
Autochrome process, invented by A. and L. Lumiere of Lyon in 1904,was reproduced. This process was so-called screen plate process in which the emulsion is exposed through the color screen (mosaic) and reversal processed to yield an additive color transparency. We made color screen using dyed potato starch grains as color screen element and commercial use B/W negative film as panchromatic emulsion. The B/W negative film was exposed behind a separable color screen and reversal processed to a silver positive. This positive was combined with color screen to obtain color transparency. The results obtained were fine. Reproduction of Autochrome was discussed about color, contrast and image details.