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Re: 480P - Anyone know what this is?



On Jul 17, 13:24, "Mikael Reichel" wrote:
} Subject: Re: [TIG] 480P - Anyone know what this is?

> > If you're trying to tell a
> > story, film is often a better visual storyteller. At 24 FPS.
> 
> Are you saying a story gets better if the temporal resolution is reduced?
> Being a bit provicative is that not giving little credit to authors and
> photographers?

I think Mikael you're interpreting Mr. Most (most) narrowly; he isn't
saying the "story gets better" but that film is a better storyteller,
and at a temporal resolution of a nominal 24fps.  The point has
nothing to do with authors and photographers; broadly speaking, it has
more to do with fiction vs. non-fiction.  Film's ability to evoke,
interpret, and suggest has more to do with its removal from, rather
than its proximity to, reality.

--Rob Lingelbach
Senior Colorist, POP Santa Monica

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