The exhibition Light as Colour: Coloured and Colour Photography in Slovenia from Its Origins until 1945 offers a review of coloured and colour photographic production on Slovenian soil from its origins in mid-19th century until 1945. In the beginning, it encompassed various colouring techniques and from the early 20th century onwards genuine, standardised colour processes; from 1907 onwards the so-called Autochrome plates were in use and by the mid-1930s these were replaced by colour film transparencies .
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