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Re: Production design for B&W to color spot.

On Apr 16, 16:12, Bob Festa wrote:
} Subject: Re: Production design for B&W to color spot.

> You know CB...I think that's the right answer. We all know how much
> easier color stock is to work with in a telecine environment. All of
> the reasons

well, just to offer the other side here... (and yes, we've talked
about this before, but it's worth reaffirmation)

I've worked on a few commercials where the quality of black & white
film contributed significantly to the final look-- a silvery, almost
reflective feeling that was absent from color film.  However, for most
projects, I tend to agree that color film is more flexible.

--Rob Lingelbach
Senior Colorist, Pacific Ocean Post
Santa Monica, CA

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