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The most traditional way to artificially add colour is to paint directly on the negatives. This is the most common way to add colour before the colour film was invented, but almost no one will drawing directly on the film anymore since the colour film invented. If the early era people paint on the negatives aimed to change the colour, then now I paint on the negatives just want to leave traces of different paint strokes on the film. These traces are the most original attributes of those mediums, and these traces can not only change the colour but also leave a unique imprint.



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