Color holograms recorded in panchromatic, single-layer, ultra-high-resolution, silver-halide emulsions have been previously reported. Color reflection holography presents no problems with regards to the geometry of the recording setup, but the final result is highly dependent on the recording material used. The processing of such emulsions is critical in order to obtain high diffraction efficiency and good color rendering. In particular, preventing emulsion shrinkage is extremely important. The recording procedure and the processing steps will be described.