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What is Eastman color movie ... ????

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Asked by Manoj M, 27 Dec '12 04:00 pm
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Color films that recorded the three primary colors in three emulsion layers on one strip of film had been introduced in the mid-1930s by Eastman Kodak in the United States.
Answered by Shikha Aggarwal, 27 Dec '12 04:04 pm

 
  
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Parts of Mogal-e-Azam were shot in Eastman colour. Colour film emulsions are made up of cyan, yellow and magenta layers. The cyan layer will fade first. This initially causes the shadows to go maroon, then blue skies turn white, and eventually all you have left is red. Around the time, Eastman was making small quantities of a stock with improvements to the cyan stability, but these were not specially marked...!
Answered by Dil Se, 27 Dec '12 04:18 pm

 
  
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Waaoo a lovely question,,what a way of permoting eastman kodak name.
Answered by INDER VIG, 27 Dec '12 04:13 pm

 
  
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Jo 1st time coloured movies start hui thi unhe kahte the eastman colr movie. shayad, not confirmed.
Answered by Latika, 27 Dec '12 04:03 pm

 
  
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Answered by harpreet, 27 Dec '12 04:02 pm

 
  
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Eastmancolor offers film-makers a simple and cost effective means of making films in colour. It has been the standard for colour motion picture films for the past 60 years.

Almost every film most of us have seen in the cinema has been shot and printed on Eastmancolor. Black and white feature films were still commonly made throughout the 19-50s and 19-60s, but by 19-70 nearly all movies were made in colour using Eastmancolor.

Launched by Kodak in 19-50 and later refined, it was simple to use and its colour negative film could be processed by any laboratory. Copies were easily made from the negative film to its colour print film.
Answered by BhuvnasBoyfriend, 27 Dec '12 04:03 pm

 
  
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