By Paul Gallagher @ Flashbak Bernard F. Eilers (1878-1951) had his own photographic business in Amsterdam, Holland. During the 1930s, business was poor. No-one wanted to hire a photographer or have a studio portrait taken. This lull in business caused by the Great Depression allowed Eilers to concentrate on developing a new process of colour […]
It’s arguable whether the world as we now see it would have been possible without monopolistic color systems like Pantone.
“I thought these were neat photos, many rarely seen, and thought you’d enjoy them as well.”