A two-step method has been developed to obtain a diffuse-object hologram with high efficiency and low noise. In the first step a silver-halide gelatin hologram with high signal-to-noise ratio is obtained. In the second one, this hologram is copied onto dichromated gelatin using a partially coherent source. Results are compared with those obtained directly in dichromated gelatin using coherent light from an argon laser.
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J. Oliva, A. Fimia, and J. A. Quintana, "Diffuse-object holograms in dichromated gelatin," Appl. Opt. 21, 2891-2893 (1982)