The Dufay Color Process (1930s)

Format: paperback
Year published: 1930s
Publisher: Ilford Limited
Total Pages: 41


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Dufaycolor is an early colour photographic process invented by Frenchman Louis Dufay in the early 20th century. The process was one of the additive colour screen techniques, which means it used a screen composed of a mosaic of tiny coloured filters to create a colour image. Condition: covers worn with chipping to extremities. Previous owners details to rear of front cover. Some light spotting to endpapers, otherwise very good.


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