Re: What would happen if you ran color print film through the camera?

From: Captain P.J. (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Sep 22 2006 - 12:15:08 PDT

('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) I used this technique in one of my films. Yes, it gives everything a sort of monochromatic purple look. Everything looked rather milky, as well. I wish I could give you all of the technical stats, but that was about four years and a dozen films ago! It can yield some neat effects. I liked the results, anyway.


>ive used the 3383, 7383 and 3393 color print stock in
>bolex under daylight. i cant remember the approx. asa
>rating, but it was low around 4 or 8 asa. maybe you
>know better with your 7386. if you have enough footage
>you should experiment with filters. the color image
>will be quite distorted and saturated. for example,
>without filters my image under daylight was a deep
>magenta almost monochromatic.
>--- Adrian Tagmenveca <email suppressed> wrote:
>> I'm thinking of buying some Color Print Film 7386
>> and trying some of those hand printing techniques
>> like running bi-packed print film with my negative
>> through a bolex pointed at a light source, or on a
>> steenbeck, synchronizer, ect. But what would happen
>> if I ran the 7386 through the camera straight? It
>> would produce a positive image I guess, but what
>> would it look like? Anyone ever tried this?
>> -Adrian "What If?" Tagmenveca
>> Richlands, VA.

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