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Paul Deepak
Colors dont decide the period
by Paul Deepak on Jul 11, 2010 04:45 AM

Cinematographers keep making the mistake of using desaturated, sepia tone for period films. The idea seems to come from old black & white movies rather going for a realistic sense that colors were the same yesterday, today and will be the same tommorrow. Maybe they want to hide some glaring mistakes in the cinematography

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why always sepia tone?
by Maheshwaran on Jul 08, 2010 07:26 PM  | Hide replies

When it comes to period films why always all the cinematographers go for desaturated, sepia tone? Weren't the world colourful then? Were the trees in pale yellow green & rocks in yellowish brown? C'mon... Only exception is Ramnath Shetty who shot "Pazhassiraja" in normal colours.

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Re: why always sepia tone?
by gittanjali on Jul 10, 2010 10:38 AM
good point!

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abc xyz
Tamil version
by abc xyz on Jul 08, 2010 05:36 PM  | Hide replies

of Lagaan?

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madhesh kumar
Re: Tamil version
by madhesh kumar on Jul 08, 2010 08:22 PM
I hope this movie will not like you think

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