Benefits of Color Correction I (Updated over a year ago)
A demonstration of how digital color correction can improve the picture quality of decomposing/faded 16mm archival film. Features split-screen aerial views of Mendocino before and after color correction, taken from Philip Greene's 1973 documentary 'The Place for no Story'. This restoration was supervised by John Carlson, Chief Colorist of Monaco Digital Film Labs (San Francisco). The fully restored film is currently available to view in DIVA.
Added to San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive on September 22, 2011.
- Type of material: documentary film
- Duration: 0:49
- Rights for this video belong to: Philip Greene
- Recording medium: 16mm color, optical sound film
- Date aired: 1973
- Originally aired on: KQED