Twitter Tuesday: Cinema Palettes Breaks Down Color in Film

 

By / / Color palettes set the tone and mood of films. And to highlight the importance and power of color in film, niche Twitter account @CinemaPalettes takes memorable scenes from famous movies and breaks down the colors in that particular scene, like so:

Providing some more insight into the process, Digital Synopsis further points out examples of the thinking behind the use of specific filters and color motifs in certain films:
“Directors Lilly and Lana Wachowski used a green tint in The Matrix (1999) to create a mood palette that was suggestive of the early monochrome computer monitors. Yellow was used in Kill Bill (2003) to depict Uma Thurman’s character’s madness and instability. Romantic comedies use pastel shades like beige, pink and lilac. Sci-fi and cyborg films use shades of blue, grey and green.”
You can follow @CinemaPalettes to see more of these color breakdowns. Who knows, you just might find some inspiration for that next design project… Via