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Re: Production design for B&W to color spot.
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- Subject: Re: Production design for B&W to color spot.
- From: WillAbbott <WillAbbott at aol.com>
- Date: Thu, 16 Apr 1998 22:40:32 EDT
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<< Would it be better to shoot in B&W stock or Color negative? >>
If parts of the spot are in color and other parts in b&w, my thought is to
shoot the whole thing in color so the film grain structure matches throughout.
If the spot is all b&w, shoot it all in b&w (my preference). Unless of course
a particular look is desired and the grain structure of color film helps to
achieve that look.
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