[Tig] Emmy Nominations
Fri Jul 19 19:26:05 BST 2002
This "show the un-corrected" always comes up. Our sales folks ask for these demo's all the time. BUT, I'm not going to perhaps make my client the DP look bad by trying to show the "before." Also, we all know that there really is also no such thing as "un-corrected." Kodak may say it's "X" relative to their telecine "set-up" films, but this isn't fair as we all know. This would indeed be tricky. I think that colorists and those working closely with them could fairly judge without seeing a "before." I just hope that judging wouldn't be based solely on "how big" the production was.
Finish - Boston
greg.dildine at finishedit.com
On Friday, July 19, 2002, JSnopes at aol.com wrote:
>greg.dildine at finishedit.com wrote:
>>Only Colorists, DP's and others that work with colorists daily should be
>Perhaps they should see the uncorrected version... that would make it
>more interesting! But then how does one level that playing field? Flat
>transfers? Best-light? ;-)
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