What I'm going to be talking about here is how you can make your audience think you shot your film in a higher resolution than you actually did. I'm saying this because, although 8K sounds massively more than 4K, it very easy to throw away that resolution advantage accidentally, or though not taking enough care. It important to understand that sharpening does not really add information, but it might make certain elements seem more visible and - sharper.
Image: ShutterstockSharpening used to be turned on by default in video cameras, even with HD, and it led to certain artifacts. I remember the first time I saw graphics and titles in HD, and I was amazed that such small text was clearly legible. In the case of the 8K Samsung, I do not know, although I'm assured that it is genuine AI as….