Reconstructing Prokudin-Gorskii's Color Photography in Software
Originally, the Prokudin-Gorskii plates would have been viewed using a projector with three lenses, each projecting colored light, produced using the same filters as those used to photograph the corresponding exposures. Blue, green and red light would have mixed on the projection screen to produce full-color images. Today, we have the means to combine the three exposures by computer, producing full-color digital reconstructions of...
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