How can one achieve the look of Woody Allen's films Midnight in Paris and To Rome With Love, in which cinematography was the work of Darius Khondji? Both have a yellowish, orange, ocher look with saturated colour. I've read that both Woody Allen and Darius Khondji prefer overcast skies and indirect light, which, I would say, they used much more in Paris then in Rome. In Rome it seems that the majority of the exterior scene were shot in late afternoon. I would also say that Rome is much more orange than Paris, which is yellowish. Darius Khondji described the look of the Rome film as "Kodacolor". What does one do from choosing the time of day to picking the correct choiced in postproduction to achieve this look and are there any other films with similar visual identity?