Technicolor Phase

These days… i get more intense with “movie like” pictures…
more comfortable with the 16:9 format…
to give more cinema look, i put technicolor effect in my images…

The wikipedia said… Technicolor is a color motion picture process invented in 1916 and improved over several decades. It was the second major process, after Britain’s Kinemacolor, and the most widely used color process in Hollywood from 1922 to 1952.

Technicolor became known and celebrated for its saturated levels of color, and was used most commonly for filming musicals such as The Wizard of Oz and Singin’ in the Rain, costume pictures such as The Adventures of Robin Hood and Joan of Arc, and animated films such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Fantasia. However, it was also used for less spectacular dramas and comedies, and sometimes even a Film noir such as Leave Her to Heaven or Niagara was filmed in Technicolor.

I choosed Technicolor Process 4. This process accurately reproduced the full color spectrum when optically printed using a dye-transfer process in cyan, magenta and yellow.

Thanks to Alienskin which provides this look in Exposure 3 that i have right now…
everything seems so easy to me to apply this into my images…
so, what are you waiting for?
try it and bring movie like into the images…

This is it!

~Have a Happy Shoot~


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