Autochrome Kids.

The Autochrome Lumiere is an early colour photography process. It was patented in the early 1900s, long before the color film of the mid 1930s.

It is difficult, expensive, and time consuming but the dyed starch grains give a coarse and hazy effect that often results in dream-like impressionist pictures and it made colour photographs possible when it would seem utopian.

Here are some beautiful autochromes of children from different parts of the world.

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