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Apr 26 2012, 4:42am

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This brighter business

First off, this is brilliant. I have learned more from your last few posts than I have in a few months of researching this.

Now, on to this "brighter" business.

Why, exactly, is brighter better? Quickbeam also spoke at length at just how bright the imagery was. Is this a good thing?

I ask especially because the aesthetic of LOTR was quite muted. Alan Lee-esque.

Does 4K gives us more of a garish look? Frazetta-esque, perhaps? Smile

(This post was edited by Shelob'sAppetite on Apr 26 2012, 4:45am)

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Post edited by Shelob'sAppetite (Valinor) on Apr 26 2012, 4:45am

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