Ayirathil Oruvan in color or black and white?
July 28, 2009

Ayirathil Oruvan is a film that travels through the time. While it is not a full-fledged period film, a major part of the story happens in the 17th century. Usually, when shooting such portions it is well known that the directors use a yellow tint to demarcate it from the scenes that happen in the present. But, cameraman Ramji has not used this method for his AO.

In fact Ramji has retained these scenes as it was shot, without using any artificial lights. Moreover, the cameraman has used natural lighting for canning a few scenes, so much so that the viewers will not be able to differentiate if the scene was shot in color or black and white.

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