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 Who took the first color photograph?

Answer In 1861, The first known permanent color photograph was taken by the scottish inventor James Clerk Maxwell.
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When was the first color photograph taken?

According to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the Scottish scientist James Clerk Maxwell took the world's first color photograph in 1861 using a trichromatic process, which combined thr... Read More »
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What method of output would be best for color photograph?

AnswerJPEG - JPEG images look better than RAW images if the two are compared on camera. This is because the camera's image processor processes a JPEG file so that it looks colourful and crisp witho... Read More »
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How to Print a Color Photograph With a Roto Drum Processor?

With a rotary processor and an enlarger, process your own color prints. It is a rewarding to step up to color if you know how to print in black and white.
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What is the value of a 16 X 20 color photograph of Mickey Mantle sitting in the dugout dated 1956 with COA in mint condition?

Mickey Mantle Signed Photo A Mickey Mantle signed 8 x 10 photo sells for about $150.-$300. Price will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. A color p... Read More »
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