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#1 Louis

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Posted 10 June 2005 - 12:16 AM

I just got back from seeing Cinderella Man, and I thought it was, with a few minor exceptions, the best looking film I've seen this year. My question is: Most of the movie has this beautiful, pale, sepia-ish tone to it, and I was wondering if that was done in camera or during the DI. I read the AC article on it, and it mentions that it used a DI to fix a few minor mistakes, but no mention of the coloring done. My guess is that the final color was acheived in post, but even still, is there a filter that one can use to get that effect, or even close to it?
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