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Re: HDR in the real world

Re: HDR in the real world

Brian Heller

Since CoVid 19 lockdowns and quarantines, I have become habituated to watching films on whatever TV is handy, especially in the kitchen, for obvious reasons.

Therefore, I would like to turn myself in to whatever authorities have jurisdiction over my near total disregard for viewing conditions.

I also will admit to an occasional glass
of wine, which seems to eliminate any of the concerns I used to have about focus, lighting, acting, composition, hair, makeup, sound, continuity, dialogue, etc.

Mea culpa,

Brian Heller
IA 600 DP

On Sep 25, 2020, at 12:37 PM, Bob Kertesz <bob@...> wrote:

All my jokes about having to watch HDR with windows blacked out,
everything in the room painted black and wearing a burka to prevent
kickback from my face are being proved by real world measurements.
Before this devolves into a 100+ post thread about pixels on the head of
a pin, as these things inevitably do, anyone else willing to kick in a
few dollars or euros to get a "We'd like to get a head-to-toe shot of
Geoff in a full burka!" fund going?


Bob Kertesz
BlueScreen LLC
Hollywood, California

Mostly Retired Engineer, Video Controller, and Live Compositor

High quality images for almost five decades - whether you've wanted them
or not.©

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