this question is conceptual.
ok, i read somewhere that most sensors and films handle about 6 stops difference whereas our eyes can see about 8 stops. HDR can push the limits up to 12 stops.
ok, assuming that i did a HDR of 12 stops difference in tonal intensity, and print it out, i assume the printer can print that difference, if i look at it, can i see tell the difference of 12 stops difference from another HDR at 8 stops difference visually? since our eyes see 8 stops difference.
if our eyes can't tell 8 stops difference, having a latitude higher than that is not of visual importance but only of detail integrity on post processing, am i rite?
pls correct my understanding if i'm wrong.