Video Essay - An Introduction of Coloured Film: A Study of Technicolor’s three-strip process

Posted October 27, 2016
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In our modern digital age we can sometimes overlook techonogical advancements that brought us to full HD video cameras in our phones.  Take a step back and watch this great history of color in film.  Many great advancements in technology, not only with video, begin as concepts and technical problems.  In the case of color it was both.

Shonae Weeks of vimeo takes us through the visual history of color in film:

Video Essay - An Introduction of Coloured Film: A Study of Technicolor's three-strip process from Shonae Weeks on Vimeo.


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