Mark Todd Osborne
marktoddosborne at gmail.com
Sun Feb 26 20:27:24 GMT 2012
Rob, glad you enjoyed the film. It was a wonderful film to work on.
Let's hope it wins some awards tonight!
Mark Todd Osborne
On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 9:06 PM, Rob Lingelbach <rob at colorist.org> wrote:
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> I had the chance recently to see _Hugo_, the Scorsese film.
> I had to disassociate myself from my own recollections of Paris, very
> different from
> the process shots especially at the opening of the film (and particularly
> in shots from
> a bridge over the Seine that show the Louvre in the background with what
> look like
> cartoon renditions of trees); also the regular snowflakes and too-perfect
> of the arrondissements of central Paris. These might have been partially
> responsible for the
> 170 million dollar budget of the film, and in my humble opinion need not
> have been so
> elaborate. There is also a train station in a few long shots that doesn't
> exist so close to the
> Seine, unless I'm mistaken.
> Yet, if you're the connoisseur of lighting that I am, you find that the
> medium shots, the closeups,
> the various tableaux that take you into the heart of the film, it's
> extraordinary the play of light and
> shadow, and the unity of color that keeps the film in its period.
> My hearty congratulations to any of the colorists; Robert Richardson, DoP;
> the Art Direction (10
> people listed); and the Director, Scorsese.
> Other than the false environment of the long aerial shots of Paris, I
> found this film to be one of high
> art, especially for cinematography (lighting). Story and characterization
> seemed to grow on me as
> it unfolded, but there is nothing like gorgeous cinema to keep you
> Can anyone say what the capture medium was?
> Rob Lingelbach http://rob.colorist.org
> TIG founder/admin, colorist
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