Axel Posted December 13, 2016 Share Posted December 13, 2016 @Arikhan 1 hour ago, Arikhan said: @Axel I care for years about impact of film / video clips on audience. And as more than 90 percent of current productions are documentaries, narratives, commercials, etc. (and NOT productions for film theatre), every filmmaker should care about the requirements of his audience...and not about the requirements of an "inner circle" of enthusiastic freaks. At least, if you want a growing audience to watch your films. Well said. 1 hour ago, Arikhan said: NO ONE cares about "filmic look"... What does anybody care about anyway? The majority doesn't care about McD's food being junk, and you don't have to be an haute cuisine chef to know that it is. You say, my audience doesn't care, why should I? That's a valid point. 1 hour ago, Arikhan said: People like tack sharp and well composed photos - that's what everyone immediately sees. Colors is for most people a secondary matter... Secondary matters don't need to be addressed. Colors are way overrated. Taste is what the Big Tasty means (not sure if this McD product exists everywhere, it's a burger with smoke flavor sprayed upon). 1 hour ago, Arikhan said: Please don't misunderstand me: if one wants to massacre his 8K footage to a soft 1080p footage because of "cinematic look", OK, each to his own. BUT than we could throw away all 4K + devices and the technical progress of the last 10 years... Very poignantly put, thank you. Then of course we need to discuss no longer, because the NX1 is the answer ("blatant precision, crispness, detail"). EDIT: did I say that I like the NX1's features? It has good resolution, it has ok colors. But when I hear people say they like it because of the sharpness, I can't help thinking they'll like the Big Tasty for it's taste. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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