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What do you do when you get the note Put some stank on it? Well one option is to simulate a Bleach Bypass on your shot.
Not know what Bleach Bypass actually is? Well the
short version is its cool and youve seen it used in a ton of films
and commercials. The long version is that its an development process
which skips the bleaching function during film processing. This
technique leaves the silver in the film emulsion along with the
original color. The end effect usually has reduced saturation as well
as increased contrast.
This gizmo gives you complete control over
the end effect. So you can push it either to the extreme, or just give
it a subtle hint. Its very light weight too, so your overall comp will
maintain its speed and responsiveness.