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Cross Processing: 7285 100D vs. 7280 64T


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#1 Ian Coad

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 05:53 AM

I will be shooting a short single scene film in several weeks. we have elected to shoot color reversal and have it cross processed. from what i have read there are some characteristic differences between cross processing the tungsten reversal 64T and the daylight reversal 100D stocks.

the scene will be an outdoor daylight scene. an epilogue of images at magic hour/sunset will conclude the film.

1. i have read that the characteristic cyan/yellow look is achieved when cross processing the tungsten reversal stock. eg 'domino' http://trailers.appl...newline/domino/

2. i'm also trying to discern the differences found in shooting with daylight stock.

3. while this may be only for still cross processing, i've read a lot of discussion about an underexposure compensation. that the cross processing essentially fills in a stop.


any info, suggestions you have to offer would be appreciated. thanks.
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