"I won’t follow you with a camera for three years and hope that at some moment you get tired of me, and then become the real you. I don't believe that this is the best way to do it. But of course, there are different ways of making documentaries."
Um, yes, like not following them for three years and not staging bullsh*t out of laziness, then bloviating about some fictional higher truth that can only be reached through staging subjects. Thankfully a new wave of great documentary film makers have figured it out without resorting to fabrication, which is far more the unfortunate tradition of documentary films than it is "refreshing."
A lot of the comments remind me of my favourite New Yorker cartoon, of two crestfallen-looking artists sitting on a wall, one of them saying "I wish I had the funding to really say something"
ummm... yeah, wrapping that cloth around the front isn't going to add any noticeable diffusion to a panel that's already essentially perfectly diffused. It might just be cutting off ventilation. Might be useful as an ND however if it's too bright at that range.
Yes it's interesting Apple has a 'Displays and Mounts' section without any displays. I bet they're coming out soon with a 4k or 5k update. Otherwise why not dispose of the entire category...
I'm no longer a Mac zealot, but plastic just ain't gonna work for me. It's about the OS and I have never seen anything good come out of Microsoft.
It's a nice option to have of course, and I'm also shooting in 4K a little for that but more other reasons. But I know the tradeoffs from my time as a stills photographer. In addition to those that you mentioned, you're also magnifying the imperfections or shortcomings of whatever lens you're using, and you're no longer composing optimally (probably a bigger issue in stills photography). Personally I don't allow myself to plan that kind of crop--I don't want to get lazy in my framing or approach to shooting.