Academic Research about Analog Photography and Film Scanners

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  1. fschiav

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    Dear APUG Members,


    My name is Francesco Schiavone (www.francescoschiavone.it). I am an Italian assistant professor in Management. I do research on reactions to technological change by old products' users. To this end, I would perform an interview (by email) to 4-5 key members of the APUG community about analogue cameras and the role of film scanners to make them alive. Would anyone of you reply to a short open questionnaire? If so, please send me an email to franz.schiavone@gmail.com and I will send you back the questionnaire. Another option is to dowload it (attached to this message) and send it back to me to my email address.


    Thanks for the kind attention and collaboration!

    PS: Sean Ross supports and is ok with my project! :smile:



    Best Regards
    Francesco
     

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    Hi Francesco,

    Whilst I am aware that APUG users do use film scanners, I and all of my colleagues and friends continue to produce our prints in the darkroom.

    Therefore, the impact of film scanners is zero for me.

    Best,

    David
    www.dsallen.de
     
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    Hi david,
    thanks for the interesting information! :smile:

    Best
    Francesco
     
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    I sent you an email.
     
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    Yes, replied, thanks!