Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
ECP-2 is a negative.

The ECN process is used to create a negative, which is subsequently printed on to another transmission oriented negative material, in order to create a positive transparency.

The C41 process is used to create a negative, which is subsequently printed on to another reflection oriented negative material, in order to create a positive print.

The requirements of transmission oriented and reflection oriented materials are so substantially different as to require substantially different workflow materials.
So for movie purposes, why not just shoot transparency to begin with? I know they used to...


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