Vivex was an early colour photography process invented by the research chemist Dr. Douglas Arthur Spencer. It was produced by the British company Colour Photography Ltd of Willesden, which operated the first professional colour printing service. The company was in business from 1928 until the start of World War II in 1939. Up until the war, the Vivex process accounted for 90% of UK colour print photography.Read more on Wikipedia
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