"Norbert Kern" <nor### [at] t-onlinede> wrote:
> here is my attempt to depict the colors in images (code in p.b.s-f.)
Very nice. These look better than what I was fooling with a while back.
I'll try to envision the function and the "color space" that you're graphing
this in - but it's too early and I've not had enough coffee yet. ;)
> Whereas the last one shows the usual "orange-teal° post processing, an anti-hero
> like John Wick gets a new look based on strong purples. A similar effect can be
> seen at recent Avengers: Endgame posters.
Hmmm. I don't know much about this. I've only seen some discussion of "color
matching" of film frames in the LOTR extended extras. Is that the kind of
thing you're talking about?
"The usual"? For what? Most movies, or that series?
> By the way - has anybody made a pov implementation of the "orange-teal° look?
"A POV implementation...." I'm not sure what you mean by that.
A way to force the color map to be limited to that range of colors?
Something interesting that I noticed with these two is that the top graph has a
ring of missing black, and the bottom one has the black present, and all the way
There was also another thread around that time where someone was processing
video and doing an animation of the color palette - can't find it at the moment.
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