[alt-photo] Re: Tri color photos Russia

Christina Anderson zphoto at montana.net
Sun Aug 29 13:09:58 GMT 2010

Thanks to both Jacques for sharing these links. It is fascinating! More so to see what it looked like back then in color. I wonder how much gum printing was done at that time in Russia. Or tricolor carbon for that matter. 
Christina Z. Anderson

On Aug 29, 2010, at 2:45 AM, Jacques Kevers wrote:

> Hi,
> Although one cannot deny the interest and the quality of these image, it's
> difficult to appreciate objectively what these images originally looked
> like, as they have undergone heavy digital treatment.
> See: http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/empire/making.html
> Best regards,
> Jacques Kevers
> 2010/8/29 Loris Medici <mail at loris.medici.name>
>> Indeed, but the shared URL have bigger reproductions and I was happy
>> to see them. Thanks for sharing. Both the subject and technique/reults
>> are truly fashinating.
>> See the link to the archive here:
>> http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/empire/
>> (If I'm not mistaking it was already shared by someone else few months
>> ago...)
>> Regards,
>> Loris.
>> 2010/8/29 Richard Knoppow <dickburk at ix.netcom.com>:
>>> ...
>>> I believe there is a large collection of these images at the Library of
>>> Congress web site.
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