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3D TV is officially dead

1- Not enough content. DirecTV and ESPN stopped broadcasting their 3D channels in 2012 and 2013.

2- The glasses needed for 3D were clunky and annoying, and they made people feel self-conscious while wearing them.

3- 3D TVs were and are perfectly good 2D TVs, so 3D features weren’t often used.

4- 3D movies were closely associated with Blu-ray Discs as movie streaming started to gain traction.

5- 3D TVs need careful calibration and can cause eye strain.

6- Maybe it was always a gimmick. Ask yourself: Have 3D effects ever really impressed you or affected your viewing experience?

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Composition – These are the basic lighting techniques you need to know for photography and film

Amongst the basic techniques, there’s…

1- Side lighting – Literally how it sounds, lighting a subject from the side when they’re faced toward you

2- Rembrandt lighting – Here the light is at around 45 degrees over from the front of the subject, raised and pointing down at 45 degrees

3- Back lighting – Again, how it sounds, lighting a subject from behind. This can help to add drama with silouettes

4- Rim lighting – This produces a light glowing outline around your subject

5- Key light – The main light source, and it’s not necessarily always the brightest light source

6- Fill light – This is used to fill in the shadows and provide detail that would otherwise be blackness

7- Cross lighting – Using two lights placed opposite from each other to light two subjects

Composition – 5 tips for creating perfect cinematic lighting and making your work look stunning

1. Learn the rules of lighting

2. Learn when to break the rules

3. Make your key light larger

4. Reverse keying

5. Always be backlighting

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Prove me wrong. But. Cannot prove a negative! The argument from ignorance.


The argument from ignorance (or argumentum ad ignorantiam and negative proof) is a logical fallacy that claims the truth of a premise is based on the fact that it has not (yet) been proven false, or that a premise is false because it has not (yet) been proven true.

It is a common human’s logic fallacy, which simply states:
i dont know what that is… in which case it must be this or that…

It is often used as an attempt to shift the burden of proof onto the skeptic rather than the proponent of the idea. But the burden of proof must always be on the individual proposing existence, not the one questioning existence.

Ignorance is ignorance; no right to believe anything can be derived from it. In other matters no sensible person will behave so irresponsibly or rest content with such feeble grounds for his opinions and for the line he takes.

A common retort to a negative proof is to reference the existence of the Invisible Pink Unicorn or the Flying Spaghetti Monster as just as valid as the proposed entity of the debate. This is similar to reductio ad absurdum, that taking negative proof as legitimate means that one can prove practically anything, regardless of how absurd.

A religious apologist using the argument from ignorance would state something like, “the existence of God is true because there is no proof that the existence of God is false”. But a counter-apologist can use that same “argument” to state, “the nonexistence of God is true because there is no proof that the nonexistence of God is false”. This immediately demonstrates how absurd the argument from ignorance is by turning the tables on those who use this “argument” fallacy, like some religious apologists.

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