Jigs made film testing easier. Commercial ones meant that those without skills or machine shops could have easy systematic emulsion testing in their lab. The Cine-pro company also had some of the best stainless trays ever made. None of it was cheap … prices were on the order of a few days pay for the average lab worker.
- The Flexichrome: visual examination and scientific analysis of an overlooked color process – Nayla Maaruf, Sylvie Pénichon
- Photography and Doubt – Andres Zervigon
- Photographic Ritual: Visual Conditions of Behaviour and Definitions of Self – Lyuba Encheva
- The long-term development of three-color Kodachrome. An odyssey from the additive to the subtractive method of color reproduction. – Nicolas Le Guern
- The Fall of the Idol: Negotiating Authorial Intent and Controversy in Art – Juney Thomas
- Photobooks of Found Photographs since the 1960s: New Neorealism – Mirelle Thijsen
- Algorithmic Image – Dr. Daniel Rubinstein
- Art Involving Computation vs Computational Art – Rosemary Lee
- On the Verge of Photography: Non-representational Imaging – Dr. Daniel Rubinstein, Johnny Golding, Andy Fisher
- Light Emitting Diode Color Estimation: the Initial Study – Linas Svilaini
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