Filter or no filter?

#1 by Vidar Olavesen , Thu Aug 06, 2015 5:17 pm

Do any of you use filters?

I sometimes feel it's a big improvement, but not always.

In this 16mm of A Man Called Horse, I think it does a lot of good to the sky tones, even if it's slightly darker


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RE: Filter or no filter?

#2 by Robert Crewdson ( deleted ) , Thu Aug 06, 2015 7:39 pm

Hugh sent me a 16mm feature with a set of filters; some of the scenes looked normal, others that had turned red were more brown; I think it gave the appearance of normality because the sky was blue. I had the filters taped loosely over the lens, and frequently lifted them up to see the difference. Not sure if I would have found the film so enjoyable without the filters. They didn't seem to make too much difference to the light reaching the screen.



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RE: Filter or no filter?

#3 by David Hardy ( deleted ) , Sat Aug 08, 2015 1:34 pm

I am still considering using filters for some of my prints.


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RE: Filter or no filter?

#4 by Steve Bales , Tue Aug 11, 2015 12:48 am

I try not to project anything that has gone red. I dont care watching a red film. That being said, most westerns look fine with the sepia tone look.


 
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