Re: the word is out: experimental film is available for use on dvd by educators

From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Mar 02 2006 - 11:16:54 PST

thanx 4 ur clarification
i think pixelvision is beautiful - lo fi can be high fi for me
some of the great art i have seen has been layin in the road "dead"
that isn't what i was addressing
they have not reproduced lights activity upon object in hd
in near the same way as ANY film does
my opinion - based in my tech experience


On 3/2/06, Mitsu Hadeishi <email suppressed> wrote:
> Just to clarify, I didn't mean to suggest that HD was equivalent to film
> in
> terms of quality or dynamic range, just that HD is capable of creating a
> very
> beautiful visual effect when done well, and certainly at least as
> interesting
> and rich a format as many film formats --- not as rich as 35mm but a lot
> better than one might think. Miranda's movie was shot by Chuy Chavez who
> had
> worked with HD before so he understood its properties and he was able to
> get
> some really dazzling looking shots, just beautiful, with an HD
> camera. Yes,
> film still has a larger dynamic range than even the best HD cameras, and
> 35mm
> film has a higher resolution --- but I am simply saying that in the right
> hands, you can get very far with HD (just as you can get excellent results
> with even DVD with the right projector). You have to be creative and
> skilled
> with it as you would be with any medium.
> Mitsu
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