Chroma

When I was a kid the sunshine was different.

The color of the sky was different as well.

You can see it in old color photos, in old movies, on old TV shows,
it isn’t the film, it’s how it really looked.

Some current movies about those years come close in capturing the look of the times,
but they just don’t get the color of the sky, and the hue of the sunlight correct.

I think I noticed the change to our current chroma around 1983.

Things just became different.

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  1. Pingback: Surrendering Chroma | Brainz on Paper

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