Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Photo Engineer, Jun 11, 2013.
Great to see this and stunning, as Mosse's Congo DR EIR/Aerochrome work always has been.
I wonder how they shot the movie - was it really cinema film camera running Kodak Aerochrome or was it simulated on digital? Looks very real and if it was proper cinema positive film running real Aerochrome then it's all hats off from me. These guys must have true passion along with a helluva budget! The best combination a to bring a true art into form of force
Aerochrome has been my favourite artistic E6 film by far. I thought I never hear about this film again so just couple of days ago I also put up my small humble personal thoughts and a review of Kodak Aerochrome film as well.
I'd indeed kill for Kodak to bring it back, but I reckon it's too much wishful thinking...
Shot on 16mm discontinued military IR film: http://www.richardmosse.com/works/the-enclave/
I haven't used IR color in years but I do love this video!
Thanks all. This was sent to me by a fellow EK retiree.
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