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2D & HFR (continued)

Gollum1
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Feb 5 2013, 3:08am


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Today we saw The Hobbit in the 48 HFR, (we found a theater nearby where was showing in that format), and we really enjoyed it.

Several film critics did not care for the 48 HRF format because the flatness of the background in some scenes was very evident. I believe they referred to it as “soap opera look”, where in some cases you can detect that there is a backdrop or props in the foreground.

For instance, we have a LCD TV, and I am used to that effect. If I turn the “auto motion blur” (blurring of faces in action scenes) setting to on, I get the “soap opera” effect. However, if I set the “auto motion blur” setting to off, the scenes with sets look real but the action scenes are blurry. We have the setting in between the two to compromise. My point is, unless I make an effort of specifically looking for it, I have gotten used to ignoring the discrepancy.

I just wish PJ would go back to using “forced perspective” in scenes where two characters of different heights (hobbits, dwarves, elves, etc.), are in the same room. From what I’ve read, he decided to forgo filming those scenes in favor of using “blue or green” screens.

The bottom line is I enjoyed the HRF format immensely. When the Desolation of Smaug comes out in December, I am torn in which format, 2D or 3D HRF, to see it. Maybe we will see it twice, and flip a coin to let fate decide which format is first.

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Thoughts on 3D 24 fps IMAX vs. 48 fps Kimtc Send a private message to Kimtc Jan 23 2013, 10:26pm
    I really liked the 48fps... bborchar Send a private message to bborchar Jan 23 2013, 10:45pm
        I agree Eowyn3 Send a private message to Eowyn3 Jan 24 2013, 3:13am
    Agreed Rostron2 Send a private message to Rostron2 Jan 23 2013, 10:47pm
        James Cameron is reportedly doing Avatar 2&3 Owain Send a private message to Owain Jan 24 2013, 2:09am
            Thanks... Rostron2 Send a private message to Rostron2 Jan 24 2013, 6:33pm
                Haha! Something like that.// Owain Send a private message to Owain Jan 24 2013, 6:37pm
            I read somewhere that this isn't an issue Kimtc Send a private message to Kimtc Jan 24 2013, 8:48pm
                Right I'm not implying that human vision... Owain Send a private message to Owain Jan 24 2013, 8:55pm
    I'm seeing it in HFR IMAX 3D tonight and I'm really excited! Tintallė Send a private message to Tintallė Jan 23 2013, 11:28pm
        Please let me know! Kimtc Send a private message to Kimtc Jan 23 2013, 11:40pm
            YES! Nira Send a private message to Nira Jan 24 2013, 2:34am
            It was absolutely fantastic!!!!!! Tintallė Send a private message to Tintallė Jan 24 2013, 5:46pm
                2D & HFR Gollum1 Send a private message to Gollum1 Jan 24 2013, 8:34pm
                    Everything about the movie was designed for HFR Tintallė Send a private message to Tintallė Jan 24 2013, 8:47pm
                        Actually, I believe thats for the RED cameras Kassandros Send a private message to Kassandros Jan 24 2013, 9:09pm
                            Yes, some of it was for the Red Epic camera Tintallė Send a private message to Tintallė Jan 25 2013, 5:46am
                        2D & HFR (continued) Gollum1 Send a private message to Gollum1 Feb 5 2013, 3:08am
        I saw it in trifecta-vision! Ruxendil_Thoorg Send a private message to Ruxendil_Thoorg Jan 24 2013, 2:45am
            IMAX 3D 48 fps imin Send a private message to imin Jan 24 2013, 10:15am
                How many times have you seen it in HFR? Kassandros Send a private message to Kassandros Jan 24 2013, 1:29pm
                    Just seen it the once in HFR imin Send a private message to imin Jan 24 2013, 3:03pm
            What's trifecta vision eh, precious? What's trifecta? Old Toby Send a private message to Old Toby Jan 26 2013, 4:23pm
                Recommending a verison to friends. Kassandros Send a private message to Kassandros Jan 26 2013, 4:30pm
                12 times and counting, wow! Ruxendil_Thoorg Send a private message to Ruxendil_Thoorg Jan 27 2013, 2:23pm
                    I like that better! Kimtc Send a private message to Kimtc Jan 28 2013, 1:30am
    I feel the same way Sślimė Send a private message to Sślimė Jan 24 2013, 2:41am
    Yes! Definitely worth watching in HFR Lio Send a private message to Lio Jan 24 2013, 3:18am
    Well that decides it for me Old Toby Send a private message to Old Toby Jan 24 2013, 4:57am
    HFR! swordwhale Send a private message to swordwhale Jan 24 2013, 6:51am
    I went to 2D first to take in the story first but mefansmum Jan 25 2013, 12:29am
    thoughts on various formats for The Hobbit AUJ malla Send a private message to malla Jan 26 2013, 1:31pm
        I lost track of how many times you've seen it! Kimtc Send a private message to Kimtc Jan 26 2013, 3:30pm
            how many times? 34 so far.... malla Send a private message to malla Jan 26 2013, 5:55pm
                I bow before you... Kimtc Send a private message to Kimtc Jan 26 2013, 7:46pm
        What do you like about IMAX 3D more than RealD 3D? Kassandros Send a private message to Kassandros Jan 26 2013, 3:41pm
            why IMAX 3D over regular Real 3D ?? malla Send a private message to malla Jan 26 2013, 6:03pm

 
 
 

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