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  1. #1 The Psychology Of Color Grading & Its Emotional Impact On Your Audience 
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    The Psychology Of Color Grading & Its Emotional Impact On Your Audience


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    i sincerely hope you continue this thread. so wonderful!
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    Thanks James! if I can find more info of related material I will.
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    How does Colour Grading in Film Create Mood and Affect Audience Perceptions? A Video Essay


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    Breakdown Of The Colors In The Movie Her | Color & Storytelling


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    Why are Films Shot in Two Colors?


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    Manipulating the Audience’s Emotions With Color


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    How to Use Color in Film: 50+ Examples of Movie Color Palettes


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    Vittorio Storaro: Cinematography Masterclass


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    Color grading fads like teal & orange, log look, and that weird dirty green are really obnoxious. And if you can include underexposure, that too. It doesn't sell tickets. You see a lot worse in commercials and still photography. It's worse than masturbation because there's no happy ending.
    Good production values may not be noticed. Bad production values will be.
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