3 Strip Technicolor Look in DaVinci Resolve
3 Strip Technicolor, as it’s name suggests, used three different strips of film running through the same camera at the same time. This used three times the film stock as regular black and white film, and was very complicated and expensive. The film stock itself was monochromatic (black and white), and the camera used a beam splitter and colored filters to send all of the RED light to one strip of film, GREEN light to another strip, and BLUE light to the final strip. So what you ended up with was three strips of black and white film with slightly different exposures of the same image, based on the color of the original scene.
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