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Post #898054

Author
poita
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team negative1 - star wars 1977 - 35mm theatrical version (release details and updates)
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Date created
17-Jan-2016, 1:12 PM
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17-Jan-2016, 1:13 PM
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poita
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Daxtreme said:

poita said:

DavidMerrick said:

That’s exactly it. Also happens with a lot of lights on the Death Star.

I can’t say if it is in their print or not, but I just had a look at one of mine, and I adjusted it (very sloppily, not worrying about colour and blowing out the whites to try and force any bleed to show) to be at a similar contrast level, and the print I have here doesn’t appear to have the smearing.

Just curious but how did you adjust it? 😃

Sorry, I may have been unclear, the top image in each case is the -1 release, the bottom image is a scan from a different 35mm print I have scanned, adjusted to roughly be about the same brightness as the -1 scan for comparison, to check if the smearing was in the original theatrical prints (e.g. caused by the lenses used in the original shoot) or not. I have not adjusted the images from the neg1 release.