NYC based actor/writer/director
I’m still smiling. That’s hilarious!
I like No Film School so please know this is constructive criticism. There are so many typos and grammatical errors in almost every No Film School article and post, that it takes away from the information you are attempting to distribute.
Even the title of this article is messy, especially when it's an article about writing. I have been overlooking it for a while now, but it would be nice if you would proofread before posting articles.
I consider Tarantino one of the best writers of today. And I don't mean in the screenplay genre, I mean overall. When you read his screenplays, they are immaculate and read like a novel. When I read Inglorious Bastards I thought I was reading a novel. When I saw it in the theater, I saw exactly what I read. That's how well written it was.
I'm not asking to read Tarantino on No Film School, but I am asking the articles to be proofread.
They (WB) can and will push the release date depending on the state of the world at the end of July. They won't risk losing a billion dollar payday to make a point. They want to be the first blockbuster back in theaters that people actually watch.
If, and only if, 8K costs the same to produce as 4K will the transition be made. That’s the only valid argument this article makes. Otherwise, this isn’t an argument. 8K is only a company trying to make money, and it is useless except in very limited and specific circumstances.
I don’t understand why these same companies invest in making their cameras and televisions better.
I know everyone knows this, but I’ll say it anyway. Arri is a perfect example of why resolution doesn’t matter. I don’t know anyone who would choose a RED over an Arri when it came to their production. I know people do, but I don’t know any.
Keep giving me larger sensors (I would love a real medium format affordable camera that gives me the look of my medium format film camera), better color, better dynamic range, less noise, better ergonomics, etc.
Keep your 8K
I have spoken to them about this and they informed me that they no longer support the Inferno. I would assume this goes for the SUMO as well, but I could be wrong. I own both. My SUMO is six months old. Atomos is horrible about supporting their products, and as soon as the monitors I own run their cycle, I'm moving to SmallHD. They actually support their products.
Exactly! That's what I want to know. Otherwise, I'm soon moving to PC