I'll wait until its 32k or something, and then sell my CRT as an antique for a few millions, to buy that.
Thanks Aron for the link. Wonderful short. I liked it more than this too.
On a good monitor, my eyes can easily distinguish 720, 1080, 2k, 4k. But what makes me shy away from anything beyond 1080, is the fact that they are just TOO NOTICEABLE. The picture stands out too much, and tends to overshadow the movie. Probably works for sci-fi , but I am not into it. I would prefer watching normal dramas and romcoms on 1080 or even 720. Like we don't turn up the volume, just because we can, we don't need clearer pictures, just because technology can achieve it.
Once I had a sensor dust and gave it to the Canon Service Center. When it was being delivered I could still see a tiny spot at the corner. I showed it to the front desk lady and she in turn took the camera to the engineer inside. The engineer came out (pretty annoyed) and told me that he can't see any spot. He showed me a few shots he took against a white sheet to confirm.The shots were taken at around f8. So I told him that the spots are visible at a lower aperture. He was furious now, and told me to lower the aperture, take a shot and show him. As I was turning down the aperture and reached around f16, he gave a wicked smile and said "Hello sir... are you sure you are lowering the aperture?"
1) NFS, It would be very kind of you it you write 'Beginners/Intermediate /Advanced tips' or something of that sort in the headings to indicate the level of difficulty. Pardon me, but it is sometimes, frustrating to spend 7 minutes and then find out it is a kindergarten video.
2) Make an advanced Premiere video on how to re-edit a huge cluttered timeline with lots of audio and video layers. Say like if someone has to reedit a 45 minutes edited film into a 30 min film or something. I personally struggle a lot there and have found no helpful tutorials on how to deal with it.
Well who am I to say anything about the great Godard, But still with all due respect I would say, personally I would have preferred a conventional approach over the narrative one taken in the film. The story is just fabulous.