114. Paget process by Miss Acland, c. 1915
The most commonly used English colour process was the regular-screen Paget, introduced in 1913. Its advantages included speed (four times faster exposure than the autochrome), and a negative/positive process with separate screen (meaning that multiple copies and prints could be made). But compared to the autochrome its colours were unfaithful and pale.
Glass slide 83 x 118 mm.