Are color movies harder to do under water In 1956
  Home FAQ Contact Sign in
 
Advanced search
MATCHING GROUPS



more...
POPULAR GROUPS

more...

found 3 articles for 0.130 sec
Re: Are color movies harder to do under water? In 1956?     

Group: alt.photography · Group Profile · Search for Are color movies harder to do under water In 1956 in alt.photography
Author: Alan Browne
Date: Jun 8, 2010 00:33

... 10-06-07 16:05 , mm wrote: Are color movies harder to do under water? In 1956? The latter part of the Cisco Kid tv series was made in color, but Seahunt, which would have looked fantastic in color and ...) and presumably lean budget. Was there some reason in the 50's it was harder to shoot color under water, even harder or more more expensive than on ...
Show full article (1.53Kb) · Show article thread
Re: Are color movies harder to do under water? In 1956?     

Group: alt.photography · Group Profile · Search for Are color movies harder to do under water In 1956 in alt.photography
Author: Ofnuts
Date: Jun 7, 2010 22:38

.../06/2010 22:05, mm wrote: Are color movies harder to do under water? In 1956? The latter part of the Cisco Kid tv series was made in color, but Seahunt, which would have looked fantastic in color and...> which group you are replying. I'm only reading one of them now. The first Cousteau movie dates back to 1956 and was in color. This said, shooting under water ...
Show full article (0.89Kb) · Show article thread
Are color movies harder to do under water? In 1956?     

Group: alt.photography · Group Profile · Search for Are color movies harder to do under water In 1956 in alt.photography
Author: mm
Date: Jun 7, 2010 22:05

Are color movies harder to do under water? In 1956? The latter part of the Cisco Kid tv series was made in color, but Seahunt, which would have looked fantastic in color and was made by... Cisco Kid ended, is in black and white? Was there some reason in the 50's it was harder to shoot color under water, even harder or more more expensive than on land? Cross-...
Show full article (0.55Kb)