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Conference: In Search of Natural Colors - 150 Years of Color Photography

A public meeting of the German Society for Photography (DGPh) and the Victoria & Albert Museum in Wolfen on the 28th and 29th October 2011 in the auditorium of the former Agfa/Orwo film factory, Bitterfeld-Wolfen.

2011 represents two cultural and technical-historical anniversaries: 150 years ago coloured photograph was projected in London by Professor James Clerk Maxwell and 75 years ago, the first colour-developed multilayer colour films - Kodachrome and the new Agfacolor - came on the market. 

These landmark events in the photograph give rise, under the auspices of the Section history and archives, and in collaboration with the Industrial and Filmmuseum Wolfen Conference On the way to natural colors on the many aspects of colour photography from analog to digital-history discussed by well-known speakers.    

Detailed information about the conference program, accommodation and cost can be found here

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