Great post, awesome info!
Pretty pricey, wouldn't you say?
Do you use Davinci resolve? In the studio version there is a mist feature that may work for what you're trying to do. Also, I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvqZjh7mNPw The tutorial suggests duplicating the layer, using a luma key to isolate the highlights, and then blurring out layer with the luma key on it to blur out just the highlights. That's sounds like a good thing to try as well. Good luck.
I agree. Even if NFS has to slow down the rate of post on NFS, please focus on quality useful content geared towards the reason why people come to this site in the first place; to learn and appreciate filmmaking. Articles like these cheapen the experience unfortunately.
This looks pretty sweet.
This display is geared better for photo work rather than video, and should work fine for video. But, their PV270 model is their ideal product for video work, though not 4k. You can downscale on playback, which is fine. It covers 96% of the P3 color space and allows for variable frame playback like 24p. This model (SW271) does not have that.