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autochrome (plural autochromes)
- An early photograph produced by means of a glass plate coated on one side with a random mosaic of microscopic dyed grains of potato starch under silver halide emulsion.
- 2007 May 21, Randy Kennedy, “A Splash of Photo History Comes to Light”, in New York Times:
- This century-old Edward Steichen autochrome, probably of Charlotte Spaulding, has been discovered after decades in storage.