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Technicolor No. V: Dye transfer prints from Eastmancolor negative

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With the introduction of the chromogenic Eastmancolor negative/positive process it became possible to shoot with a normal one-strip camera. Three b/w color separations were produced from the Eastmancolor negative and printed by dye transfer on blank film, for more information on the Technicolor dye transfer process see Technicolor IV.

  • Written on the Wind (1956)
  • Koshofer_AgfacolorNegative_Technicolor_DyeTransferPrint_HeidiUndPeter_1955
  • Koshofer_AgfacolorNegative_Technicolor_DyeTransferPrint_HeidiUndPeter_1955_2
  • Le Ballon rouge (1956)
  • Le Ballon rouge (1956)
  • SONY DSC
  • Photomicrograph
  • Photomicrograph
  • Photomicrograph
  • Photomicrograph
  • Photomicrograph
  • SONY DSC
  • SONY DSC
  • Vertigo (1958)

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Original Technical Papers and Primary Sources

Anonymous (1956): Current Techniques of 35mm Color Film Photography and Printing. In: American Cinematographer, 37,1, January 1956, pp. 26-27 and p. 58, on pp. 26-27 and p. 58 View Quote and p. 27. View Quote

Secondary Sources

Andrew, Dudley (1980): The Post-War Struggle for Colour. In: Angela Dalle Vacche and Brian Price (eds.): Color. The Film Reader. New York: Routledge, 2006, pp. 40-50, on p. 47. View Quote

Haines, Richard W. (1993): Technicolor Movies. The History of Dye Transfer Printing. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, pp. 65-119. View Quote

Lavedrine, Bertrand (1998): History and Technology of Colour Photographic Processes. In: Luciano Berriatúa et al.: Tutti i colori del mondo. Il colore nei mass media tra 1900 e 1930. = All the colours of the world. Reggio Emilia: Edizioni Diabasis, pp. 117-119, on p. 119. View Quote

Mayer, Harold A.; Brackett, F. P. (1967): Technicolor Triple-Rank Super 8. In: Journal of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, 76, Oct. 1967, pp. 1005-1006.