[Tig] PEC limiting MK3
rob at colorist.org
Thu Jan 31 14:59:38 GMT 2008
that's right, it was green, not blue. wonder if anyone's done a
study of color memory, like, can we remember a particular color's
properties over a long period of time, and by what other factors is
this memory influenced.
On Jan 31, 2008, at 4:49 PM, Graham Collett wrote:
> the only official filter for the optics of an Ursa was a Kodak made
> "shading filter" that was made because some films polarised the
> light going through them and that ended up as a green magenta tilt.
> If you cant get the filter then you can do a manual shading
> offset ..but you'll have to keep doing it different as different
> film react in different ways.
> Graham Collett
> At one point there was a filter installed by Bill Hogan in LA (the
> providence of which I don't recall) that improved Ursa shading in the
> blue PEC significantly. Before filter, impossible to get flat blue
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