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#1 william vargas

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Posted 14 January 2009 - 04:28 PM

What film stock was used for Sleepy Hollow?
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#2 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 14 January 2009 - 04:35 PM

What film stock was used for Sleepy Hollow?


It was mostly shot on 5293 EXR 200T. The prints used a silver retention process similar to skip bleach, called CCE over at Deluxe.

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#3 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 05:32 AM

I did Google but couldn't find a decent technical answer (well ANY kind of technical answer really), how is the CCE Deluxe silver retention process different from the skip bleach process? :huh:

Edited by James Steven Beverly, 15 January 2009 - 05:33 AM.

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#4 Serge Teulon

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 06:45 AM

Hey James,

Have a read of this http://www.cinematog...rinting process
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Posted 15 January 2009 - 04:03 PM

'Cinematography: Theory and Practice' by Blain brown gives a good description of these processess (and NEC)
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#6 James Compton

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 06:46 PM

What film stock was used for Sleepy Hollow?



The filmstock is KODAK 5274. Sorry David, you had it wrong. I got the ASC issue at home. It's from 1999. I can scan the article and post it if anyone wants to read it.
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#7 David Rakoczy

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 06:50 PM

I did Google but couldn't find a decent technical answer (well ANY kind of technical answer really), how is the CCE Deluxe silver retention process different from the skip bleach process? :huh:


Beach Bypass is done on the negative affecting the whites.. . CCE and ENR are done on the positive affecting the blacks. CCE is Deluxe. ENR is Technicolor.

Check this link:

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Edited by David Rakoczy, 15 January 2009 - 06:52 PM.

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#8 David Rakoczy

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 07:01 PM

uh.. that would be 'Bleach'... not beach. :rolleyes:
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#9 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 08:10 PM

The filmstock is KODAK 5274. Sorry David, you had it wrong. I got the ASC issue at home. It's from 1999. I can scan the article and post it if anyone wants to read it.


Sorry I misremembered -- so many people preferred EXR 200T to Vision 200T around that time that I recalled more examples of '93 being used than '74.
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#10 James Compton

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 08:25 PM

Sorry I misremembered -- so many people preferred EXR 200T to Vision 200T around that time that I recalled more examples of '93 being used than '74.


No biggie. I'm just glad a true ASC DP actually takes the time to help and answer questions for us not so experienced guys. I really enjoyed your work on Astronaut Farmer, BTW.
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#11 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 10:14 PM

The filmstock is KODAK 5274. Sorry David, you had it wrong. I got the ASC issue at home. It's from 1999. I can scan the article and post it if anyone wants to read it.


It's still in the online archive. 5274 is mentioned on page 3
http://www.theasc.co...leepy/index.htm
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#12 Daniel Porto

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 11:57 PM

No biggie. I'm just glad a true ASC DP actually takes the time to help and answer questions for us not so experienced guys. I really enjoyed your work on Astronaut Farmer, BTW.


Awesome movie aswell.... made me cry
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#13 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 02:32 AM

Beach Bypass is done on the negative affecting the whites.. . CCE and ENR are done on the positive affecting the blacks. CCE is Deluxe. ENR is Technicolor.

Check this link:

Soup de Jour


AH, just the TV guide version of the answer I was looking for, now I can go back at my leisure and read all the other posted information you guys so graciously provided for me. Thanks Mr. Rakoczy, Mr. Teulon, Mr. McPhee Oh and David, I see what you're saying about the difference between Beach Bypass and Bleach Bypass, I think Beach Bypass actually a freeway exit in El Segundo. :D

Edited by James Steven Beverly, 16 January 2009 - 02:33 AM.

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#14 william vargas

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 09:18 PM

thanks a lot guys...really helpful..Im shooting my thesis this in two months and was trying to figure out how can I accomplish that look. again thanks a lot.
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#15 K Borowski

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Posted 20 January 2009 - 03:05 PM

The filmstock is KODAK 5274. Sorry David, you had it wrong. I got the ASC issue at home. It's from 1999. I can scan the article and post it if anyone wants to read it.


You can, but you'd be pretty-blatandly violating copyright law.

Not trying to be a smart-ass though. What you should do is just quote excerpts from it, citing the source.
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