from whence the look of music videos from the late nineties?
January 8, 2013 12:10 PM Subscribe
Many music videos from the late nineties, six underground by the sneaker pimps
being the most salient example to me, have a distinctive cinematographic feel and style to them, with very high contrast (super dark blacks and popping-out, almost oversaturated whites); a lot of murky brown/green and pops of red/blue. Does this style have a name? Is it a film effect or some kind of post-processing, or both? digital? Why was it so prevalent in the late-nineties, and, correct me if I am mistaken, mostly just for music videos?
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