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Re: Production design for B&W to color spot.



On Thu, 16 Apr 1998 10:40:52 -0600 Barnaby Kerr <barnaby at mailbag.com>
writes:
>Would appreciate any feedback 

>Would it be better to shoot in B&W stock or Color negative?
>
>
I vote for color. It's easy enough to drain out the chroma for B/W look,
but it's impossible to add color (warm or cool tones) if there is no
color information there to begin with (B/W).

CB Gaines, colorist
Monaco Video
San Francisco (de California)

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