A Colorsnap colour photograph of members of the newly-formed Kodak Research Laboratory enjoying a picnic on Stanmore Common, Greater London, taken by R E Owen on 20 May, 1929.
A Colorsnap colour photograph of a picnic on Stanmore Common in London, taken by R E Owen, 20 May 1929.
The photograph shows members of the newly formed Kodak Research Laboratory at the picnic.
The Colorsnap process was a 'tripack' colour process introduced by Colour Snapshots Limited in 1928. However, the process was so unreliable that the company employed people to hand-colour monochrome prints from the sharpest of the three negatives.