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#1 Aaron Milus

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Posted 12 December 2006 - 10:02 PM

Can anyone give me information on what filters were used to create the "hot-orange" look in "Traffic", or something to replicate that effect? I'm using Pro8mm ASA 50 daylight negative which is reformatted Kodak Vision2 5201.

I appreciate the help.
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#2 Jon Kukla

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Posted 12 December 2006 - 10:30 PM

I'd go to a camera house (or a photographic store which specializes in filters) and have a look at their warm filters. There are lots of good ones - antique suede, straw, tobacco, chocolate, etc. There's also a lot of variance between manufacturers, so you'd have to figure out which exact brand Soderbergh used.

According to http://www.dga.org/n...soderbergh.php3, he used tobacco filters. But also remember that the post workflow changes the image characteristic, particularly given the one that he chose.
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