Originally Posted by dvdmike007
Every step of the way? Even at the bottom of the ocean and while filming avatar? I am done replying to you as it is just a total waste of time.
You are basing the Remix on blind faith also lol
And people care about the old master as it had the exact same attention you just listed, so your totally hypercritical as well!
The waste of time clue should of been with the poster's 'Lowery is the best' comment. He could always top it with 'Lowery is the best of the best'.
Originally Posted by supersonic395
Well, in relation to the original colour timing that Jim Cameron decided back in 1984. What did you think?
The blu ray technology can now finally show us that correct colour timing, and no doubt Cameron was heavily involved with this. The awful vhs/dvd/ld tech produced that red push.
I don't understand why you guys are against this new correct colour grade. James Cameron is right, it's fairly simple imo.
And if it's teal you will no doubt make the bogus claim that was the original color grade. Just like it has been made with LOTR and Apocalypse Now. I saw Terminator, LOTR and Apocalypse Now in the first theater releases and yes I do not have a bad memory like some and do remember what they looked like.
Terminator did not have teal or any other strong saturation, the 80's film 'look' was muted saturation, in fact, to this day it's still the film 'look' . Any strong saturation you see was digitally induced.
If you claims were correct then Titanic would be exactly the same colors for the stereovision version and the mono version, but they are not proving you are way off.Edited by wuther - 9/26/12 at 5:02pm