Alright, here is a hot topic. How does the Red 3d setup on this film work? It has a sort of sheen on the skin tones etc, similar to the sort in magazines (what was the name of that slide film type they used to use?). It occured to me that shotting through a half mirror in a 3d system would do that.
Hrmm...well in some cursory checking, it looks like a lot of the info I got directly from Warner MPI contradicts IMDB but I can't find anything that is 100% certain for them other than the restoration work that everyone states was completed at 4K. Poo. At least the eFilm stuff is correct or seems to be at any rate. Wayne, Catwoman came out way before RED had any cameras available, so there's no RED footage in it. If you want to dig up some great Spiderman 3D information, just google some of the people involved and you'll find some good stuff eventually. Unfortunately, there have been a lot of articles put out lately that use the search keywords you'd be using, so you will have to sift through a lot of stuff. I remember finding a pretty nice write-up about the DI workflow in 3D that you'd probably like, but alas, I did not bookmark it.
Who did I see saying Cat Woman had Red in it. Is it really that old, now I feel older. But still, I wonder what they used to shoot that scene I mentioned. Maybe it was shot with a blue light ting to it and they corrected the color to some facial tone, producing the effect.
If this is the proferred look I'm thinking about, great I wish more movies looked like that.
Just watching SpyForce while checking this, an old classic Australian series. I've got the color up double and a red color shift and it still looks like ungraded digital with bad color shift. It is a real shame it never had that color correction movies today get, would have made a great series (even for today) much better.
People miss the point with digital, their is an optimum color balance for most films.
The new Amazing Spiderman trailer looks killer:
I don't doubt the deep perspective high shots will be stunning, especially in 3D 4K.
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