Eastman Kodak Company.

The photography of colored objects.
9th ed. Rochester, N.Y., Eastman Kodak Company, 4th ed., 102 pages, 1920. This is an important resource for understanding the color of objects photographed with black and white film. Not all films reacted to light the same. A bright yellow might look exactly the same as a deep red. And then there are filters to further complicate things. This book will help you understand the range of possibilities. While the book is common, be sure to get an early edition. (Cat.13.10)