From: marco poloni (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Dec 23 2008 - 23:57:41 PST
Jason, thanks for the feedback. You have seen other postings on this thread. There are very specific things to be tried. It is good to hear that your students achieve luscious results with q-tips and food dyes.
Best for now,
>From: Jason Halprin <email suppressed>
>Sent: Dec 24, 2008 1:12 AM
>To: email suppressed
>Subject: Re: how to tint 16mm b&w footage?
>Well, if you're not working with masters, you've opened up a world of possibility. You could optically (or contact) print your B&W footage onto color film utilizing color filters, you could use some of the commercially available toning products (though you would have to prep your film if the fixer contained hardener, as it would from a commercial lab), you could use commercially available food coloring (some of my students use q-tips and uncut food coloring on B&W film with gorgeous results), experiment with stained-glass dyes, and other paints. The possibilities are endless...
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