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I think I am over the "crushed blacks" look.
Everything coming out has the blacks crushed and I would like to see a shift towards flatness again in cinematography.
It's so 2000's...and we are in a new decade.
Time for a new look, maybe.
what is crushed blacks?
maybe this is not the right forum for this kind of talk?
hdr in the hizzle
the wrestler had a pretty raw 16mm kind of look... the grade was barely heavy.
sure you don't mean that bleach bypass look? Janusz Kaminski does this to a T... and pretty much any Tony Scott film from the last decade.
I love Kaminski's work... everything he does is brilliant.
I just checked out Kaminski's non-spielberg work...
He definitely works better with SS.
Robert Yeoman's work on The Life Aquatic is somewhat similar in tone to the above painting.
this too shall pass..... kind of like cross-processed film in the late 90's
The other guys is a prime example of it just being a period-pieced out, cliched post-contemporary shtick.
"The other guys" is a prime example of crushed blacks just being a period-pieced out, cliched post-contemporary shtick.
There will be no option 3.
you're putting more thought into this than they have