Pear Harbor Attack

Above is an actual color photograph of the December 7th attack on Pearl Harbor. Photos and motion pictures of this era were the inspiration for the "1945" color process seen in this

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The feeling that I am trying to achieve is WWII color combat cameras. This is a straight transfer from film to tape with no special effects added digital or otherwise. It's pure chemistry -- fun!

John's love of the lab produced fantastic results with color16mm motion picture film. Here is a test frame using Tindall's "Type 1935" color processing on Kodak Vision 250. Click on image for higher resolution. Thanks to Jill Koch and Katie Brillhart of Tindall Vision Labs who have kept an endless stream of chemicals and animation flowing.
John's love of the lab produced fantastic results with color16mm motion picture film. Here is a test frame using Tindall's "Type 1935" color processing on Kodak Vision 250. Click on image for higher resolution. Thanks to Jill Koch and Katie Brillhart of Tindall Vision Labs who have kept an endless stream of chemicals and animation flowing.
PROCESS 1945
16mm test
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There are no digital plug-ins that can achieve these results.

John Tindall is known for his laboratory and the fruits of this lab are often as beautiful as they are explosive. Photographic research has been done here over the last 20 years that has created some unique and incredible looks.

In process 1919, certain photographic artifacts were created using a combination of chemistry and technique that resulted in the complete illusion of period cinematography. In process 1945 Tindall has combined these techniques with further manipulation of the color process. The results are even more spectacular!