Definitions for "Autochrome"
Keywords:  lumiere, starch, bromide, dyed, potato
A unique colored transparent image on glass meant to be viewed against a light or projected; the first colored photographs; prepared plates for this process were manufactured between 1907 and about 1940 by the LumiĀre brothers who had invented the process in 1904.
A color photograph invented by Louis Lumiere in 1903, using a glass plate covered with grains of starch dyed in three colors to act as filters, then a silver bromide emulsion (colorplate 176).
early commercial color photography process in which the principles of additive color synthesis were applied.
Keywords:  auvergne, automatism, paper
Automatism Auvergne Paper