A Colorsnap colour photograph of a garage forecourt, taken by an unknown photographer in 1929. The photograph shows a man standing at one of the pumps.
A Colorsnap colour photograph of a garage forecourt, taken by an unknown photographer in 1929.
The photograph shows a man standing at one of the fuel pumps.
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.
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- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
- National Science and Media Museum
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