The research staff here can barely keep up with the pace at which State of the Art readers correctly answer our questions. Maybe this week we can slow you down.
If you were reading the blog this week, you learned about an American photographer who was using a very difficult process to create early color images. In fact, the process he was using was the first successful color photographic process. So here are our questions:
Who was the American photographer?
What were the early color photographs called?
Who invented the process? (Hint: Their picture is seen here.)
When were these types of images first marketed?
Have a nice Memorial Day weekend. We'll be checking in from the beach to see who solves this week's quiz.