INTRODUCTION TO BASIC COLOR PHOTOGRAPHYSubcourse Number SS0514EDITION AUnited States Army Signal Center and SchoolFort Gordon, GA 30905-50745 Credit HoursEdition Date: September 1994SUBCOURSE OVERVIEWThis subcourse presents you with information on color photography, includingtheory, exposure, and printmaking. Topics covered include the theory oflight, how colors are formed, and color print materials--their structure andexposure. Color negative developing using the popular C-41 process isexplained, as well as the Ektaprint 2 process that is most often used tomake color prints from negatives. The E6 reversal processing and the twomethods of making prints from slides are examined (color coupler(conventional reversal paper) and dye destruction (like Cibachrome)). Inaddition, this subcourse defines general quality control procedures. Sinceduplicate transparencies are often required, the generation process isexplained.There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.This subcourse reflects the doctrine which was current at the time it wasprepared. In your own work situation, always refer to the latest officialpublications.Unless otherwise stated, the masculine gender of singular pronouns is usedto refer to both men and women.TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVEACTION:You will identify procedures for color negative printingtechniques, color reversal film processing and printing,and slide duplicating techniques.CONDITION:You will be given information from TM 11-401-2, STP 11-25S13-SM-TG, and Photographer's Mate Training SeriesNAVEDTRA 373-02-45-83, MOD 2.STANDARD:To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve aminimum score of 70% on the subcourse examination.