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During post production on Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
(2009), he was instructed by Warner Bros. to add more colors to the film, as his extensive use of color grading and de-focussing made it difficult to see things on screen. He and director David Yates
were at first reluctant to do so, as they didn't want to lose the "very European" look that Delbonnel brought to the film. However, ...
Often uses stylized color palettes featuring prominent warm tones (such as yellow and green) which tint the whole image.