The following 5 holograms are recorded using silver halide emulsion for
red component and dichromated gelation for green and blue components. By
using this technique, a bright color image with low noise is obtained.
The object is placed just behind the hologram (Denisyuk type hologram)
except "Peach blossom".
Japanese doll (height 10"x width 8")
ired and green components onlyAimage hologramj
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