Friday, August 17, 2007

[The Chosun Ilbo, August 10 2007] The Headaches of High-Definition TV

High definition TV, when it arrived, appeared to be a boon to the broadcasting industry, with pictures five or six times clearer and more detailed than the blurry images we’re used to.

Alas, too vivid and clear a picture brought its own problems: audiences can see the glue spots that hold the fake beard on a general’s face in a historical drama in place, and even the most beautiful actresses have enlarged pores. In fact, HD TV has proved a headache for directors, makeup artists and actors who work in the medium.

◆ Trailblazing porn
◆ Digital cosmetics
◆ Lighter makeup
◆ New tricks for the HD TV era

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