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7th Jan '16 5:10:34 PM eroock
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1st Jan '16 8:02:40 PM nombretomado
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* ''LifeOnMars2006'': the 2006 scenes are shot through a bluish filter, to emphasize the dull, soulless environment. * ''{{Smallville}}'' was particularly fond of doing this in their early seasons to show contrast between Lionel's cold blue office in the urban Metropolis, compared to the golden glow of the Kent's farm home.
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* ''LifeOnMars2006'': ''Series/LifeOnMars2006'': the 2006 scenes are shot through a bluish filter, to emphasize the dull, soulless environment. * ''{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' was particularly fond of doing this in their early seasons to show contrast between Lionel's cold blue office in the urban Metropolis, compared to the golden glow of the Kent's farm home.
14th Oct '15 9:32:40 AM MNX-01
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Someone confused "than" with "then"...
* L.E.D. lights have much more blue light in them then fluorescent lights, and the most sensitive spot on the human retina, the fovea centralis, has no blue light-detecting cones, so blue lights are much more uncomfortable for the human eye to look at. This has raised some health concerns about them, as they may disrupt humans sleep patterns, since they suppress the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone.
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* L.E.D. lights have much more blue light in them then than fluorescent lights, and the most sensitive spot on the human retina, the fovea centralis, has no blue light-detecting cones, so blue lights are much more uncomfortable for the human eye to look at. This has raised some health concerns about them, as they may disrupt humans sleep patterns, since they suppress the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone.
6th Sep '15 3:56:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''NeedForSpeed: Carbon'' uses a lot of midnight blue for its night-time street racing.
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* ''NeedForSpeed: ''VideoGame/NeedForSpeed: Carbon'' uses a lot of midnight blue for its night-time street racing.
25th Jul '15 3:37:06 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In one dream sequence of ''Film/InTheMouthOfMadness'', Cane tells the hero his favorite color is blue. Much to his horror, the next scene is filmed with a very heavy blue tint.
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* In one dream sequence of ''Film/InTheMouthOfMadness'', Cane tells the hero his favorite color is blue. Much to his horror, the next scene is filmed with he awakes to a DreamWithInADream where all light has a very heavy blue tint.
2nd Jul '15 5:03:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}'': Used for most of the scenes that happen on [[spoiler:New Caprica and the 1st Earth]] in the remake. In addition, the Algae Planet had a more grey-blue tint to it. Scenes in Caprica had a bad orange lighting even before the nukes hit.
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* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}'': Galactica|2003}}'': Used for most of the scenes that happen on [[spoiler:New Caprica and the 1st Earth]] in the remake. In addition, the Algae Planet had a more grey-blue tint to it. Scenes in Caprica had a bad orange lighting even before the nukes hit.
24th Apr '15 2:41:43 PM DaNuke
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* ''NeedForSpeed: Carbon'' uses a lot of midnight blue for its night-time street racing.
18th Apr '15 6:48:17 PM nombretomado
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One instance where this became humorous was when they had a crossover with ''{{CSINY}}'', and David Caruso obviously brought his orange with him when everything else was blue. This gets a ShoutOut in the ads for the ''[[{{Crossover}} CSI Trilogy]]'' with pictures of the three leads tinted with their respective lighting. (original being green) ** The lighting used on the shows seems to extend to the DVD packaging with CSI being in green boxes, ''{{CSINY}}'' being in blue boxes and ''CSIMiami'' being in -- you guessed it -- orange boxes.
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One instance where this became humorous was when they had a crossover with ''{{CSINY}}'', ''Series/{{CSINY}}'', and David Caruso obviously brought his orange with him when everything else was blue. This gets a ShoutOut in the ads for the ''[[{{Crossover}} CSI Trilogy]]'' with pictures of the three leads tinted with their respective lighting. (original being green) ** The lighting used on the shows seems to extend to the DVD packaging with CSI being in green boxes, ''{{CSINY}}'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' being in blue boxes and ''CSIMiami'' ''Series/CSIMiami'' being in -- you guessed it -- orange boxes.
18th Apr '15 6:48:01 PM nombretomado
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** ''{{CSINY}}'' used this ''a lot'' in their first season, not only in the lab but in the outside sets too. To the point where many viewers kept feeling that New-York looked cold or in perpetual twilight. In an example of good ExecutiveMeddling, the producers were asked to tone it down in the later seasons. This and a change in sets for the lab (from cement basement to windowed skyscraper) helped the show feel less like ''CSI: Antarctica''. ** ''CSIMiami'' uses orange and yellow light a lot to enhance the "sunny" feel of the scenes. They are more subtle about this than ''{{CSINY}}'' was with the blue lighting, but it still shows, especially on sets located indoors.\\
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** ''{{CSINY}}'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' used this ''a lot'' in their first season, not only in the lab but in the outside sets too. To the point where many viewers kept feeling that New-York looked cold or in perpetual twilight. In an example of good ExecutiveMeddling, the producers were asked to tone it down in the later seasons. This and a change in sets for the lab (from cement basement to windowed skyscraper) helped the show feel less like ''CSI: Antarctica''. ** ''CSIMiami'' ''Series/CSIMiami'' uses orange and yellow light a lot to enhance the "sunny" feel of the scenes. They are more subtle about this than ''{{CSINY}}'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' was with the blue lighting, but it still shows, especially on sets located indoors.\\
23rd Feb '15 10:22:02 PM nombretomado
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* Some of ''Film/{{Platoon}}'''s scenes are filled with blue tint. Said tint is omitted from BluRay[=/=]HD releases.
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* Some of ''Film/{{Platoon}}'''s scenes are filled with blue tint. Said tint is omitted from BluRay[=/=]HD UsefulNotes/BluRay[=/=]HD releases.
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