Made for 1080p?
Um...that's literally NOT true.
All lenses were made for 4-5k resolution, otherwise known as 35mm film maxed standards. Super 16 lenses COULD be said to have been made for 1080p, as that stock/sensor size maxes out at 2k. However, to say the CP2's were made for "HD" resolution is very off, especially as they're really rehoused Contax Zeiss glass and or standard Zeiss 35mm-framed glass. Even the super35 standard glass is made for 4k (the standard max for even that frame, more or less), really.
Misleading and misinformed.
Considering how VASTLY superior, robust capable and most of all, professional Premiere is comparatively to FCPX....I think this lil' quirk is livable. Adobe will be a'ight.
Nice breakdown and must say, great model. Always awesome to see models of Color [finally] getting their due for our studies. Considering their skin absorbs and reflects light more so than any other, this should happen more often. ESPECIALLY with gel lighting.
Three Billboards seems to be about forgiving and normalizing White racist values and falsely equating "anger" with "racism". They can miss me with this typically white-normalization of European evils as a norm..in favor of "love". Complete and utter BS, especially considering the much better depth of films this year.
As usual, this is simply Caucasian BS, rife with obnoxious generic fare locking out better and more dynamically thoughtful talent from those of Color. Just swapped for women rather than boys.
That really was a great effect for the video for sure.
I can easily see why some folks from my background would bypass ALL of these films at first glance. Every single film is centered around or anchored by a White protagonist. While many here (mostly white) won't see an issue with this [duh], the rest of us whom are the MAJORITY are tired of this regurgitated mess. It's intellectually insulting and flat out dull.
I mean really, the ONLY story here shown with a multitude of faces of Color are those of destitute refugees. Why would any one of us really care to watch these beyond mandatory R&D of some sort or happen-stance?
I'm sorry, but these most likely ever won't be noticed very well. And, from our perspective, deservingly so *shrugs*