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Re: HDR in the real world

Re: HDR in the real world


Ken Parker
 

"Also, it’s all very well having a domestic monitor in a grading suite but if the suite isn’t lit to domestic levels then it’s pointless."
It is like having "Auratones" (or, as we called them in my audio days, "Monotones") in an utterly silent mixing theater!

Ken P.
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Subject: Re: [cml-raw-log-hdr] HDR in the real world
From: "Geoff Boyle" <geoff@...>
Date: Fri, September 25, 2020 11:02 pm
To: <cml-raw-log-hdr@...>

Of course we need standards in grading, I’m not arguing against that.
What we need are output transforms that more accurately reflect viewing conditions.
On my domestic set I have 2 calibrated options for day or night, for Dolby I have bright and dark.
I simply think we should have a few more options including “bloody bright” 😊
Also, it’s all very well having a domestic monitor in a grading suite but if the suite isn’t lit to domestic levels then it’s pointless.
 
I think we’ve found next Wednesdays discussion topic!
 
cheers
Geoff Boyle NSC FBKS
EU based cinematographer
+31 637155076
 
 

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