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    Wall has a good discussion about sensitizing collodion emulsions with commercial dyes. His book, "The History of Three Color Photography" is available online--the collodion discussion starts about page 222. Here is the link:

    https://archive.org/stream/historyof...e/238/mode/2up

    There is also a book from 1905 by Oscar Klein which is also online, "Collodion Emulsion and its Applications..." which deals with making collodion emulsions color sensitive using common dyes. That link is:

    https://archive.org/details/collodionemulsi00kleigoog

    In addition there are various Kodak publications from the 1920s which deal with sensitizing collodion, as I recall. Search the topic through Google Books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falotico View Post
    Wall has a good discussion about sensitizing collodion emulsions with commercial dyes. His book, "The History of Three Color Photography" is available online--the collodion discussion starts about page 222. Here is the link:

    https://archive.org/stream/historyof...e/238/mode/2up

    There is also a book from 1905 by Oscar Klein which is also online, "Collodion Emulsion and its Applications..." which deals with making collodion emulsions color sensitive using common dyes. That link is:

    https://archive.org/details/collodionemulsi00kleigoog

    In addition there are various Kodak publications from the 1920s which deal with sensitizing collodion, as I recall. Search the topic through Google Books.
    Thanks-this is a big help

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    Quote Originally Posted by falotico View Post
    Wall has a good discussion about sensitizing collodion emulsions with commercial dyes. His book, "The History of Three Color Photography" is available online--the collodion discussion starts about page 222. Here is the link:

    https://archive.org/stream/historyof...e/238/mode/2up

    There is also a book from 1905 by Oscar Klein which is also online, "Collodion Emulsion and its Applications..." which deals with making collodion emulsions color sensitive using common dyes. That link is:

    https://archive.org/details/collodionemulsi00kleigoog

    In addition there are various Kodak publications from the 1920s which deal with sensitizing collodion, as I recall. Search the topic through Google Books.
    Thanks as well and regards
    Frank

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