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I was wondering if anyone has picked up the Peter Pan film or has seen it in theatres. I would like to know what you guys think of the lighting in this film. When I saw this in theaters I loved the bright, vivid color pallete used in the film. I was also wondering about technicolor and what it is today as opposed to what it used to be. This film says 'color by technicolor' and I was just curious if that is why the film was so vivid.

 

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Technicolor is just another film lab doing Kodak ECN-2 and FCP processing, plus their ENR silver retention process. They no longer offer what made them unique, which is dye transfer printing.

 

"Peter Pan" went through a digital intermediate I believe and was probably printed on Kodak Vision Premier (2393) which is the most saturated print stock made, the closest you can now get to a dye transfer print look.

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Kodak VISION Color Print Film:

 

http://www.kodak.com/US/en/motion/products...1.4.8.4.7&lc=en

 

Kodak VISION Premier Color Print Film:

 

http://www.kodak.com/US/en/motion/products...1.4.8.4.5&lc=en

 

Kodak won an Academy Scientific and Engineering Award for Kodak VISION Premier Color Print Film:

 

http://www.kodak.com/country/US/en/motion/...3/sciTech.shtml

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