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This is a 2005 music video shot for the japanese band Tokyo Jihen, seems like they shot it with film but overexposed it right to the edge of clip to give the talents a very pastel look. Because as you can see when they exposure ramped down to normal the skin looks very nice and saturated. I was wondering how you guys would approach lighting to recreate a look like this, of course the set design plays a big part as well. But I’m also wondering how to create these kind of look in the coloring suite with digital, since I can’t bruteforce exposure and force it to clip like film does, since the roll off on digital is quite a bit harsher. Also if anybody worked with film back then and knows anything about the telecines or colorgrading suite they would use for these kind of projects I would love to know!
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