“The American Mall” / Kodak InCamera Article


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“The American Mall” was captured entirely on KODAK’S new VISION3 500T 5219 film except for the green screen rooftop sequence, which was shot on KODAK’S VISION2 200T 5217 film. “We tested almost every negative available, including both tungsten and daylight-based stocks,” says Williams. “The 5219 film was clearly superior in both its rendering of colors and skin tones, and its capacity to handle a mixed light situation. It also has amazing underexposure latitude. We did tests where we underexposed the film beyond two stops and the colors still held up and looked natural.”

to read the complete article… http://www.williamsdp.com/americanMall.pdf

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