The Magic of Colour

 

In 1942, Eastman Kodak developed the Kodacolor process for making colour prints from colour negatives. It was the first amateur colour negative film, and was sold with the cost of processing and printing included in the price, until a 1954 federal court’s decree forced Kodak to stop this practice.

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