Originally Posted by craftech
Are the skin tones orange in this film? I am not being a smart alec because in many movies they are. There are two colors above for the flesh tones. One is what I call Hollywood Orange, the other Normal Flesh Tone. Which is the correct one for this film when you look at it?
My display is VIDEO Calibrated
via DVE HD DVD ...
1) Pluge Test Screen for Brightness
2) BLUE Filter w/NTSC Color Test Screens for Color & Tint
I checked the Video Calibration w/BLUE filter a few days before my Friday NITE HD DVD presentation, and no changes were required!
Keep in mind that what you see is about approx. 75% PQ (color & sharpness) vs. the actual 1080p image from my inexpensive Canon A550 7.1MP digital camera. The PQ is far superior to what you see in these images if you were in my 20' x 30' HT/family room.
Like others have mentioned, ... the orange tint, (though somewhat more intense in these pic's) is what we saw & representitive to Michael Bay's style @ the DLP Century Cinema
For REFERENCE, ... here's some digital images screen captures from HD DVD Disc 2 ...DISPLAY:
62" Toshiba 62HM196 1080p HDTVCAMERA:
Canon A550 7.1MP on a Tripod / Distant approx. 10'
................Flash = OFF
................Manual Mode / ISO 100 / F-Stop variable between -1/3 to -1