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Old 09-11-2019, 06:20 AM   #1  
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HDR - Flavors and Best Practices

Over the last decade we have had a bit of a renaissance in imaging display technology. The jump from SD to HD was a huge bump in image quality. HD to 4k was another noticeable step in making better pictures, but had less of an impact from the previous SD to HD jump. Now we are starting to see 8k displays and workflows. Although this is great for very large screens, this jump has diminishing returns for smaller viewing environments. In my opinion, we are to the point where we do not need more pixels, but better ones. HDR or High Dynamic Range images along with wider color gamuts are allowing us to deliver that next major increase in image quality. HDR delivers better pixels!

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