Is anyone else sick of the way that almost every film made these days seems to have been digitally colour-manipulated ? Whole films are now overlaid with a murky brown veneer or neon blue or whatever. There's no subtlety or gradation to these effects ; it's like watching a whole movie through tinted sunglasses. It's an extension of the ghastly filters that people like Tony Scott were so fond of in the 80s. My fear is that it's having an effect on the quality of cinematography. There's no need now to "wait for the light" - you can film whenever you like and sort it out in post. Nothing new in that - but we're losing the organic, hand-crafted warmth of the photochemical process. The beauty of Technicolour seems ever more out of reach. Any views ?