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Hi Roger and all the masters,
I watched a movie that was celebrating its 20th anniversary with a restored 4K version shown in theaters. During the screening, I noticed that the visuals had more depth and finer details compared to the version shown from film copies, which I watched 20 years ago.
Could you explain the theory and chemistry behind this? Is it because the film underwent color correction with digital technology nowadays?
Even if color correction was applied, it wasn’t done on RAW or Log footage, and the available range for adjustments shouldn’t have been extensive.
Additionally, why couldn’t film from the past achieve the same level of colors and depth in film lab as we can achieve today?
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