On the theory of color and color vision generally, the following works should be consulted:

Color Measurement and Mixture. W. Abney. London. 1891.

Textbook of Color. O. N. Rood. New York. 1913.

Colour. A. H. Church. London. 1911.

Color and its Applications. M. Luckiesh. New York. 1915.

General books on color photography.

Photography in Colours. T. Bolas, A. A. K. Tallent and E. Senior. London. 1900.

Photography in Colors. G. L. Johnson. London. 1914.

Natural-Color Photography. E. Konig and E. J. Wall. London. 1906.

Three-Color Photography. Von Hubl and H. 0. Klein. London. 1915.

Color-Photography. C. E. K. Mees. Photo-Miniature No. 183. New York. 1921.

Die Grundlagen der Farbenphotographie. B. Donath. Brunswick. 1906.

Die Dreifarbenphotographie. Von Hubl. Halle. 1921.

Die Dreifarbenphotographie nach der Natur. A. Miethe. Halle. 1904.

Die Darstellung der naturlichen Farben. H. Krone. Weimar. 1894.

Die Photographie in naturlichen Farben. E. Valenta. Halle. 1912.

La Reproduction photographique des Couleurs. H. Calmels and L. P. Clerc. Paris. 1907.

La Triplice photographique des Couleurs. A. Ducos du Hauron. Paris. 1897.

Les Couleurs et la Photographie. G. H. Niewenglow-ski and A. Ernault. Paris. 1895.

Les Couleurs reproduites en Photographic E. Du-moulin. Paris. 1894.

Photographie des Couleurs. L. Vidal. Paris. 1897.

Traite pratique de Photochromie. L. Vidal. Paris. 1903.

On Sensitizing Plates, And Filters

Die orthochromatische Photographie. Von Hubl. Halle. 1920.

Manuel pratique d'orthochromatisme, L. Vidal. Paris. 1891.

Das Arbeiten mit farbenempfindlichen Platten. E. Konig. Berlin. 1912.

Die photographischen Lichtfilter. Von Hubl. Halle. 1910.

On Screen-Plates

Die Autochrom-photographie. E. Konig. Berlin. 1908.

Die Theorie und Praxis der Farbenphotographie mit Autochromplatten. Von Hubl. Halle. 1909.

Farbenphotographie mit Farbrasterplatten. A. Mebes. Bunzlau, 1911.

On the bleach-out process:

Das Ausbleichverfahren. F. Limmer. Halle. 1911.

On Lippmann's Process

Die Farbenphotographie nach Lippmanns Verfahren. R. Neuhauss. Halle. 1898.

Beitrage zur Theorie und Praxis der direkten Farbenphotographie. H. Lehmann. Freiburg. 1906.

La Photographie directe des Couleurs par le procede Lippmann. G. H. Niewenglowski and A. Ernault. Paris. 1895.

Manuel de Photochromie interferentielle. A. Berthier. Paris. 1895.

On The Seebeck Process

Lehrbuch der Photochromie. W. Zenker. Brunswick. 1900.

Photomechanical Work

Die Autotypie und der Dreifarbendruck. H. K. Broum. Halle. 1912.

Les Reproductions photomechaniques polychromes. L. P. Clerc and H. Calmels. Paris. 1919.

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