Image results on Google Ridiculous but not overdone contrast, sharp yet dreamy at the same time. I don't even know where to begin... which film and developer, color filters, paper and printing. The only real clue I have is that she did this work in the 50s, so obviously she was using 50s technology. This question seems very open-ended, I know. But doesn't her stuff look absolutely amazing? I also realize that there's a good chance the stuff she used (or hired some master printer to use) probably isn't sold anymore, but hopefully there are equivalents or approximations still around.