Quote Originally Posted by ME Super View Post
Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you had three sheets (R, G, and B, to keep it simple...) you wouldn't necessarily have to re-expose to Red, Green, and Blue light, you could (since the exposure is on three separate sheets) re-expose each sheet to white light, then redevelop the R sheet in the cyan developer, the G sheet in magenta developer, and the B sheet in the yellow developer, right? That would eliminate the complexities of filtration and exposing only one side. Of course then you'd have the registration problem when you went to put it back together. IDK.

ME Super
This is exactly correct. And, the color developers would be much simpler.

Registration would not be a significant problem, as many processes used it in the past. The real problem is the thickness of 3 sheets of support which may cause some sharpness problems. IDK for sure.

PE