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#217933 19-Jul-2017 07:49
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Does anyone know the name of the effect used in this classic Cure video? I'm talking about the scenes with the trees (blurry/washed out colours etc). Does this effect have a name?
(Sorry if this is the wrong subforum).



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  #1824940 19-Jul-2017 08:05
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Its High Hue / saturation all over

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  #1824958 19-Jul-2017 08:26
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No idea, but thanks for posting that - hadn't heard it in ages.




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  #1825188 19-Jul-2017 13:38
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The Jägermeister effect? undecided

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  #1825404 19-Jul-2017 17:34
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Thanks...same effect in this video, right?

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  #1839313 4-Aug-2017 19:10
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It's a duotone effect I think. You can do something similar in photoshop. 


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  #1839348 4-Aug-2017 20:01
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Gosh guys you really have to learn how to embed YouTube videos. Take a look at the BBCode guide.


Anyway I've edited your posts to embed them. Please learn to embed :(

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  #1839374 4-Aug-2017 21:13
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Is it called the "Clickbait thread title" effect?

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