How many shots did color photography pioneers take for every photo?

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The first per­ma­nent color pho­to­graphs were taken using the three­-­col­or-sep­a­ra­tion prin­ci­ple first pub­lished by physi­cist James Clerk Maxwell in 1855. Maxwell's idea was to take three separate black­-and-white pho­to­graphs through red, green and blue filters. This tech­nique was used by Prokud­in-­Gorskii in this photo of Aus­tro-Hun­gar­i­an POWs.

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flagItaly
5%
0%
70%
25%
20
flagthe United Arab Emirates
16%
0%
58%
25%
12
flagthe United States
11%
9%
44%
34%
245
flagCanada
25%
18%
43%
12%
16
flagthe Netherlands
12%
20%
40%
28%
25
flagAustralia
0%
0%
40%
60%
10
flagIndia
13%
7%
36%
42%
80
flagGermany
9%
7%
35%
47%
53
flagPoland
16%
9%
34%
39%
3323
flagNorway
10%
0%
30%
60%
10
flagthe United Kingdom
15%
8%
28%
47%
124
flagUnknown
19%
10%
22%
47%
257
flagthe Philippines
21%
7%
21%
50%
14
flagRepublic of Ireland
38%
7%
15%
38%
13

Gender

men29%
women34%
1
15%
18%
2
8%
8%
3
29%
34%
10-20
45%
37%

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