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#1 Brian Rose

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Posted 04 October 2006 - 10:23 PM

All,
I am experimenting with creating color using black and white film, akin to technicolor. I plan to do really simple stuff, mounting a camera, pointed at a stationary object, and film three times, once through the three primaries. I've done some preliminary tests with digital, in which I set the image to black and white, and recorded through filters. In Adobe Premiere Pro, I recombined the images and achieved color, but the overall image is very dark. Should I be overexposing when I capture the image? Any idea why my pictures are so dark? I've posted two frame grabs. The first was taken normally. The second is a composite of the color seps I made with black and white images.
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