The themes you have when sleeping under an ikea table might be stone baked television sets by robot cat people.
Here’s what’s written on the other page:
“People say to emulate film (35mm) you need a digital capacity of 4k pixels long. This isn’t entirely true because the 4k rule is only true if you turn digital footage into a film negative. The thing that happens in film (35mm) is that quality is lost from converting a negative to a positive. To the extent that by the time it reaches the screen you only have the equivalent of 1.4k (according to Kodak) or 1.2k. In that way, a digital film could deliver a better picture.
Other tricks involve altering the contrast to make it have a higher resolution
[Do it with conviction, be brave, know why you’re doing it]”