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SW DEED Colour grading
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Date created
12-Nov-2021, 5:51 PM
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12-Nov-2021, 8:07 PM
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My fault, not diphteria, ICTERUS or JAUNDICE. (not medic, not colour grader)


I have downloaded ‘Star.Wars.Despecialized.Edition.v2.7’ and ‘Star.Wars.Respecialized.Edition.97.Harmy’, and I have to say that is an incredible personal effort all the hours that are needed to come back all Star Wars movies that are part of our life and universal history.

But I have to say that there are parts of the movie that I don’t like it, just by the colour grading, because some parts doesn’t seems natural by the colour grading, and other parts has a natural appearance.

I refer par example to this scenes, comparing the before said versions of Star Wars with p.e. the Laserdisc Edition (even VHS edition) I didn’t have the luck of watching Star Wars when it appeared, but I have seen them maybe a hundred of times, 38 y.o.

I’m going to compare two ‘versions’, from ‘Star.Wars.Despecialized.Edition.v2.7’&‘Star.Wars.Respecialized.Edition.97.Harmy’ compared with
‘Star.Wars.IV.A.New.Hope.1977.Original.Theatrical.Laserdisc.1993.Cut.DVDRip.x264-HGK’. I supose that SW DEED v2.7 is not going to be the last version and there are more effort and hours awaiting to regret SW to its original appearance, but I have to say that ‘Star.Wars.Despecialized.Edition.v2.7’&‘Star.Wars.Respecialized.Edition.97.Harmy’ seems sometimes like in some scenes the principal actors have Icterus or Jaundice (not diphtheria as I said firstly), they seems between yellow and orange, and only I can think, sorry, has Icterus. Is not always, only in some scenes, but in the next scene the colour grading is more natural, as common movies, maybe “older” colours, as ancient movies, but that is nothing wrong.

I have some screenshots to show it:

Thank all of you by all your effort and enthusiasm.