One of the most remarkable stereoscopes ever produced commercially was the Ives Kromskop (Patent #531,040, Dec 18, 1894). In it, three stereoscopic glass positives made from negatives exposed through red, green, and blue filters are optically superimposed to give a full color image of remarkable quality. It was more than ten years prior to the introduction of relatively crude full color plates such as the Autochrome.
Month: March 2023
We’re happy to have David Starkman presenting one item of his huge collection: An Ives Kromoskop!
Also, David Kuntz and Vanessa Grein will talk about their collaboration, describe some of their working methods, and of course, share many of their images.
Join us on Sunday, March 12th at 3:00 pm EDT / 8:00 pm CET!