Autochrome Filters red No. 29 or F, green No. 61 or N, blue No. 50 or L.
Where can I find equivalent Wratten Gelatin Filters from 1922 herebelow
red No. 29 or F,for the green No. 61 or N, and for the blue No. 50 or L.
I dont know where to look.
Deep Red 29 Kodak Wratten Color Filter #54-463 $49.00
Deep Green 61 Kodak Wratten Color Filter #54-464 $109.00
Wratten 50 very dark blue - mercury violet
I could not find that filter
ps. I found at Kodak , I was not aware they still produces filters .
Read more: http://motion.kodak.com/motion/Produ...#ixzz2pgVsdLtD
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E. J. WALL, F.C.S., F.R.P.S.
"The Dictionary of Photography,"
" Carbon Printing," etc.
AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC PUBLISHING CO.
BOSTON 17, MASSACHUSETTS
COPYRIGHT, 1922, BY
Entered at Stationers' Hall
PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Electrotyped and printed, June, 1922
THE PLIMPTON PRESS
NORWOOD, MASS. U.S.A.
Thank you redbluegreen for that link. Book covers these filters and screen plate printing with these filters , especially for Autochrome.
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I downloaded Tiffen DFX software and separate the above image to RGB channels with Wratten Filters ,29,61 and 47 which referenced as autochrome screen plate printing filters at 1922. Than merged at GIMP and try to correct it. It is very very strong.