"...you realize with this movie (Shadow), John Cassavetes had changed everything. You didn't need a studio, you didn't need unwieldy equipment that was made for kinda heavy lifting in a factory system. You can even borrow and beg the meager bugdet money... There were no more excuses, only reasons to go on. You can make a movie".
...in 1960. Amazing.
Thanks for the share! Definitely how films should be made. Everyone seems to enjoy it more as well. Everyone wins.
Would LOVE to work on a set like that EOT battlegrounds.
True, colors in animated films are often more saturated, but going along with what V Renée said, there's defenitely a way to subtly tell story through colors in a live-action film.
For more of an analysis on colors in "real" film, check out this blog by graphic designer Roxy Radulescu, which breaks down the color pallets in a more simplistic manner:
Very cool! Also very fun to look at are Pixar's color scripts, such as this one from The Incredibles:
Some more fun on Pixar's color scripts can be found here:http://pixar-animation.weebly.com/colour-script.html
aaaaaaaaand finally finally, last final thing - would LOVE an edit button (or is it just hiding from me!?)