bleach bypass

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  • Some techniques that can be used are push processing, bleach bypass and cross processing.
  • Two stop push, bleach bypass technique has been adopted for Adduri cave scenes.
  • Bleach bypass generally refers to a complete circumvention of the bleach stage of development, and is the most commonly offered service among labs.
  • He noted that "people want a color image" and that the actual film used a "Bleach bypass process" to tint the movie.
  • After shooting tests, including film bipack and bleach bypass techniques, Deakins suggested digital mastering be used.
  • Technicolor then cross-processed the filmed footage before it was put through a bleach bypass, which neutralized color temperature and created more contrast.
  • Instead Deakins used a film processing technique called bleach bypass to create the distinctive washed-out look of the film's colour visuals.
  • The cinematographer completed the overall effect by putting the negative through bleach bypass, a process that reduces brightness and color saturation.
  • Bleach bypass can be done to any photochemical step in the process, be it original camera negative, interpositive, internegative, or release print.
  • The print appears to have an effect similar to sepia tone or bleach bypass -- although it is a colour picture, the photography combined with grey locations provides an effect similar to monochrome.
  • The film's brooding, dark look was achieved through a chemical process called bleach bypass, wherein the silver in the film stock was not removed, which in turn deepened the dark, shadowy images in the film and increased its overall tonal quality.
  • This is a partial silver retention on the interpositive, similar to bleach bypass, which will be used to lend to the sense of detachment from the modern world McG was looking for.
  • Bleach bypass, also known as skip bleach or silver retention, is an optical effect which entails either the partial or complete skipping of the bleaching function during the processing of a color film.
  • Miyagawa is regarded as having invented the cinematographic technique known as bleach bypass, for Kon Ichikawa's 1960 film Her Brother.
  • In order to achieve a desaturated look for the film, Ichikawa and cameraman Kazuo Miyagawa devised the cinematographic technique known as bleach bypass.
  • Another avant-garde technique is used when Cordelia later has a vision about Darla's baby; a lab process called bleach bypass, which leaves silver deposits on the film stock, intensifies the blacks while desaturating the colors.
  • However, factors such as forced or non-standard development (such as bleach bypass or cross processing), compensation for filters or shutter angle, as well as intended under- and over-exposure may cause the cinematographer to actually "rate" the stock differently from the EI.
  • Kazuo Miyagawa as Daiei Motion Picture Company's cameraman invented bleach bypass for Ichikawa's film, inspired by the color rendition in the 1956 release of Moby-Dick, printed using Technicolor, and was achieved through the use of an additional black and white overlay.