Monday, March 23, 2009

Paul Outerbridge in California and Mexico 1948-1955

"Outerbridge was one of the few masters of the tri-carbro-color process, a technique used to produce highly saturated color prints. The process was laborious and each print could take up to 9 1/2 hours to create because the photographer had to develop and meticulously align three separate exposures of the same image." Follow this link to a gallery of images from his underappreciated era.

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