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Old 04-22-2018, 03:11 AM   #8
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Not that I think that it will matter to you because I can see that you're ferociously fighting the good fight and you'll just find some new excuse, but for those who are more objective, here's a screencap from this site, with a color sample taken from a shirt that is clearly supposed to be white:

This is the color from the black square:

And this is what white looks like:

If you don't believe me, feel free to do the color sampling yourself.
Iím not ferociously fighting any good fight, Iím honestly asking in earnest for people who are expert at this to give me an assist. My understanding of transfers that have a blanket teal is that they have a very blue cast over the entire image, much like that example provided of The King And I. Iím just not seeing that in any of these images.

I have already acknowledged in a previous post that some shots look green. Some people have posted that this could be due to the lighting or possible colour choices by the DP.

That leaves shots like that one of Brenda Vacarro. There is no blue (or green) to be seen. The whites look white, skin tones look natural. Does that happen where only certain scenes are given a weird colour ďbathĒ? Because my impression was that itís usually something that affects the whole film, a la the yellow tint on The Good The Bad and the Ugly.
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