Color Film was Built for White People. Can Film Be Racist?

By Allen Murabayashi Vox has a fascinating history of color film and how the chemical formulation of film was biased towards highlighting white skin tones. According to the piece, Kodak didn’t start to alter their chemistry until furniture and chocolate makers complained that the film didn’t render the difference between light and dark brown tones effectively. In other words,…

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