YTubing: Technicolor

a collection of YouTube videos about Technicolor.

The Dawn of Technicolor..
VOX. technicolor changed movies

“Color Consciousness,” Natalie Kalmus

the Eastman’s collection of materials about Technicolor introduced by Curators

Since errors about imbibition/dye transfer are so often repeated (by one person) I include these items:

the agreement between Technicolor and Kodak about manufacturing rights.

“Technicolor is now obtaining from Kodak substantially all its raw film..”

A list of Technicolor’s earliest patents; they began with light control.

picture post: May 16

Items from two distinct collections; both are endless, at least to me. I see no ending.

They began in the film-age.

The wag in me says: am ever so glad I waited to do anything with these… about the snow&ice items, except, they don’t actually get better sitting in a drawer, or on a hard drive. Pictures rarely have an expiration, for me. They don’t change; I do.

Many artists early work is better than later; some make their early work later in life, giving the false starters false hope, extending the myth of late bloom genius. Early experiments, explorations, these things cost less in the course of a career, as long as they aren’t detours. Most detours are merely pencil sharpening; they produce shavings, only.

Every hack at a stone isn’t a worthwhile uncovering.