Writer/director Wyatt Garfield talks to Kodak InCamera about his decision to shoot on 16mm film for his 1080s preiod film Ping Pong Summer.
Says Garfield, “We were going for a sincere take on the bizarre, indulgent aspects of the 1980s. We wanted to embrace the colors of that decade, but we knew that if we shot it digitally all those colors would come through too saturated, and it would quickly become a contemporary, synthetic homage. We relied on film to contain and soften all the saturated colors and keep the palette nostalgic.”
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