[Tig] by feel
tyler at litpost.com
Sat Aug 27 03:00:35 BST 2011
No I was more lamenting how that sort of art and craft seems to be
heading towards extinction, in favor of a style over substance, more
is more, slam bang neophytic kinetic aesthetic.
I was watching a DVD that's about ten years old so probably not a
remaster. Now I have to go research and find out, though. I want to
believe it's not ;)
On Aug 26, 2011, at 6:11 PM, David Bernstein <db.color at yahoo.com> wrote:
> It seemed to me you were expressing some surprise that a film of the age of '2001' could look so good using what must have been basic grading tools. If I misunderstood the tone of your comments I apologise.
> Although I daresay that particular film has been restored or remastered in the not too distant past, a few times I think. Not sure of the exact history. I don't know what you were watching but it may have been graded with some fairly advanced techniques.
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