[Tig] B & W Transfer (Nitrate?)
christian at optixhamburg.de
Tue Jan 21 09:42:03 GMT 2014
As someone who has started out in postproduction just eight years ago, I have never worked with nitrate film. All safety issues aside, how is nitrate different from acetate? Does it have a specific look to it? Were there ever color stocks on nitrate or was it B&W only?
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> Almost exclusively 35mm. Can appreciate its use in Inglourious Basterds.
I haven't seen that film. But I've had the pleasure of working with, restoring, and watching a significant nitrate over the years, and nothing compares.
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