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English engineer and photographer Mervyn O’gorman (Mervyn O’gorman) (1871-1958) was a pioneer of color photography. Mervin was 42 when he decided to capture in colour photo shoot of their daughter Christina in 1913.
To create these photographs Mervyn used a technique called Autochrome, allowing you to make colored photos and patented by the French lumière brothers in 1903.
Mervyn O’gorman took a photo of his daughter Christina on the beaches of southern England.
The photos in this series were recognized as the oldest surviving color photos.
In 2016, these photos turned 103 years old.
Father specifically asked for Christina to wear clothes of bright red colors, because bright colors are best shown on photographs taken in the technique of Autochrome.
In the Autochrome technique using a special glass plate, coated with potato starch and colorant.
Mervyn died in 1958.
How did the lives of Christina, is still unknown.
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