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@Chosen: physical films are not produced in infinitely accurate focus. Also, film comes in small grain and large grain types. Looked at closely, a photograph looks - "grainy".
And - yes, I hear that actual HDTV photography sees imperfections in what is in front of the camera that SD television did not - even in countries whose SD system was already quite good, such as France.
This whole comic makes no sense to me. Star Wars was originally on 35mm film, so it would have had more detail than even a modern HD version release.
I was musing on this instruction's title - "how to process new information". This could have been applied to so many of life's dilemmas. It must have been challenging to decide exactly when to use it.
Perhaps you could instruct us on how to decide when to...
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