Pseudochrome

These are experiments in pseudochrome -- emulating an Autochrome-like

screen in contact with black and white film, to produce a color image. 

 

A few different "random" color screens were generated in photoshop and

printed out on an overhead transparency with a color laser printer.  Portions

of the screen were glued with rubber cement to black and white film and

exposed in camera, screen-side toward the subject.  On development, the film

yielded a weak color image! 

 

The images you see above were inverted in photoshop, with minimal color

correction to reflect how they actually look.

The screen glued to the film
An example of the OGV screen