Color Saturation in Cinema by Steven Soderbergh

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Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh is known as a chameleon of color, known for using striking, strong color casts in which frames are saturated with one hue. The best example is his film "Traffic (2002)", in which Soderbergh is seen favoring a cast of strong blues and blacks to match Michael Douglas' drug kingpin character. His films are to mimic reality, but through color, he heightens all senses to empathize with the feelings of his characters.

In this video, Fandor Channel studies the palettes and the neighboring colors that make each scene "out of this world".


Preview image was taken from the video.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-08-30 #culture #tutorials #videos #cinema #filmmaking #steven-soderbegh

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One Comment

  1. mtsteve
    mtsteve ·

    nice breakdown!

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