Noam Kroll: Color Grading Rant: Why Protecting Your Dynamic Range Is Killing Your Aesthetic

“As we all know, high dynamic range is one of the key ingredients needed to achieve a cinematic look.

This of course is because most of us really equate “cinematic” with “filmic” (whether we realize it or not), and images captured on film traditionally have had far more dynamic range than digital footage… With the exception being reversal film, but that’s for another article….”