Hi-Def Threat - Too Real Reality

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May 8, 2006

Unsparkingling Stars Sans Makeup.jpg

I remember about 8 years ago helping a friend researching to buy a digital camera reading that many digital images and printers already exceeded considerably the typical resolutions produced by old-fashioned still cameras. It made me wonder straightaway if the camera already didn't lie, how much more truth did we need?

Increasingly, I've read a number of articles explaining that film and television productions have growing challenges related to high-definition technologies. The latest article by Murdo MacLeod of the Scotsman explained that various BBC productions have found that the old tricks of the trade no longer work.

For example, Casualty an emergency room drama has realized that since the color red is seen as particularly vibrant when filmed in hi-def that it is no longer plausible to use ketchup and other traditional forms of fake blood.

Meanwhile, a Sky TV spokesperson commented, "It is giving rise to all kinds of little things that the industry never really thought about. Even things like cheap cutlery in a supposedly upper class-scene now get picked out."

As much as we eat up the paparazzi photos of stars without makeup stuffing themselves with big Macs while dripping special sauce on the crotch of their track pants, if we saw it on a regular basis would it really be entertaining?

I've already seen a few pornos in hi-def and let me tell you it was a little too real. I don't want to see razor bumps on some babe's shaved pussy or the inflamed pimple on some dude's butt while he thrusts into some slut.

We've all heard the old line, "Good looking from far, far from good looking."

I might sound like a technophobe but high-definition has me run scared in the opposite direction… far enough away the beautiful people stay beautiful.

Posted by Will Peters at May 8, 2006 12:28 PM

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