Photopolymer materials have been studied for several years at Hughes Research Laboratories because of their potential application to coherent image recording (Ref. 1-5). These materials are particularly attractive for application to holographic interferometry because they are self-developing and can be optically fixed. Thus, a photopolymer hologram may be reconstructed immediately after exposure without chemical processing or moving the hologram. This paper will briefly review the characteristics of the Hughes photopolymers, discuss several fixing techniques, and present some preliminary results from signal-to-noise studies. Recent experiments with dry photopolymers will be briefly mentioned.