Kodak Education Exploring the Color Image

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Unformatted text preview: EXPLORING THE COLOR IMAGE Student Filmmaker Program Exploring The Color Image Publication No. H-188 Entertainment Imaging Eastman Kodak Company Rochester, N.Y. 14650 ii Exploring The Color Image Eastman Kodak Company, 1996 Reprinted 2000. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is not permitted without prior written permission of the copyright holder. KODAK Publication H-188 CAT No. 812 5320 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 96-14948 ISBN 0-87985-785-4 Printed in the United States of America Kodak, Ektachrome, Kodachrome, and Wratten are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company. Pantone is a trademark of Pantone Inc. This book is a derivative of Color As Seen and Photographed (E-74), published by Eastman Kodak Company in 1950 and later revised in 1972. Some content has also been taken from An Introduction to Color (H-12) and EASTMAN Professional Motion Picture Films (H-1), both published by Kodak in 1996 and 1994, respectively. Other material added to the original text (page 44, 48 and 49 within the dotted lines) was written by Woody Omens, ASC. The Kodak Worldwide Student Program of the Entertainment Imaging Business Unit of Eastman Kodak Company Gratefully Acknowledges The Contributions of Woody Omens, ASC Dr. Rod Ryan Bruce A. Block Without your love of the color image and your dedicated work this publication would not have been possible. On behalf of Eastman Kodak Company, we thank you. The future generations of filmmakers who read this publication and learn from it will all benefit from your contributions. Your work will help shape the future of The Color Image. Eric G. Rodli Eastman Kodak Company If You Love Color, Read This The book Color As Seen and Photographed has been a Kodak classic for more than 45 years. It has been a little gem of a resource. Its greatness resulted from its simplicity. And its simplicity was directly traceable to one man, Ralph Evans. In his lectures and writing, he took complex color ideas and made them understandable to everyone. The book was truly distinguished even among the heavyweight texts on the subject. So, after years of being out of print, it was my dream to have Color As Seen and Photographed come back in a new edition. As we began to revise it, we realized that it would be wiser to let the classic be. What you are about to read is not a revised edition. It is rather a selection of highlights from the original presented here with updates and clarifications to fit better into new technological times. But even here, in this modified form, it is still the quintessential Evans. iii Of course, I never planned to be on the team which was to create this publication. But when Jim MacKay asked me to work on it, I could not refuse. As a cinematographer, I can say with conviction that what you are about to read will change how you see color, think about color, and use color in any creative work. The most advanced technologies cannot outdistance the principles laid down here. These are impor-...
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