Early color photography in the 1900’s

Started Mar 6, 2014 | Discussions thread
Rosember Senior Member • Posts: 1,846
Re: Early color photography in the 1900’s

Joe, thanks for the link. I remember a movie about the the last German Kaiser Wilhelm II. called "Majestät brauchen Sonne" ("His Majesty needs sun." - Link for infos: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0205245/) which includes a few sequences of color movie filmed with a similar technique. They used three cameras positioned very close to each other, each camera shooting through one of three primary color filters. The quality is breathtaking. My first thought under the impression of the color sequences was very stupid but might transport how shocking the effect was: "OMG, those people did not live in b/w, they were as real and colored as we are."

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