Limited Color Palette

Sin City (2005)

Directed by Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino

Written by Frank Miller

Photographed by Robert Rodriguez

Art Direction by Steve Joyner and Jeanette Scott

Photographed entirely in front of green screens, all the backgrounds and color were created in postproduction using a computer. This technique allows for extremely specific control over all the visual components. Color is used only to accent the visuals.

There have been many films made without movement. Chris Marker's 1964 film La Jette uses only still photographs, as do many historical documentaries. But there is always movement, even in a still photograph. Movement can be created in four different ways: actual, apparent, induced, and relative.

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