Bleach Bypass


Bleach bypass is the process of reducing or skipping the normal bleaching of a film negative when developing color film. In the world of digital cinema, it’s now more commonly refers to a range of filter effects that simulate the process digitally. The signature characteristics of a bleach bypass look are an increase in contrast, a reduction in saturation, and a slight cooling off the image towards the blues.!

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