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Color Adjusting and the Period Film Experience

Keep in mind, I know just enough about this topic to be dangerous, and if you have ever argued, as a family, about the proper color adjustment of the television set, you have an idea how volatile this issue can be, but the bottom line is that almost everything you see on television and in theaters these days has been “color adjusted,” “colorized,” “color balanced,” or “color massaged” in some way.

One way of understanding this reality is to consider the last time you saw one of those “on the set” interviews. Continue Reading »

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