1. In the EPS Open Exhibition in
1910, one of the four
Classes was for "Photographs in Colour (any process)".
2. In the EPS Members' Exhibition in
1910, one of the
nine Sections was for ""Colour Work". No prizes were awarded for
this Section. I don't know whether or not the Section had any
3. W Inglis Clerk gave a lecture to EPS on
Saturday 5 March, entitled Photographs in Natural Colours. He
described his use of the Autochrome process, including:
- Treat the slide carefully. It is very
- Polish the back of the plate carefully to
remove all dirt
- Exposing the slide - recommend 2 seconds at f8
- Process in the darkroom under a green (rather
than ruby) light.
- Develop (Rodinal , 1 in 10), rinse,
use permanganate reversing solution, rinse, expose to light until
black, rinse, dry, varnish. Normally no need
to fix or intensify.
W Inglis also referred briefly to the Omnicolore plate
which he said required about half the exposure of the Autochrome, gave
more brilliant colours and was suitable for gloomy weather.