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    PE,

    I'm very interested in learning more. Count me in.

    Emulsion.

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    I second the comments about valuable resource and am thoroughly interested.

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    Why are there no speaker jacks on a stereo camera?

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    I'm interested only if you can tell me what a "tit" is in an X-omat processor.

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    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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    I got it straight from a Kodak instructor in a Kodak class.
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt View Post
    I got it straight from a Kodak instructor in a Kodak class.
    I have no idea. Why didn't you ask him?



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    Oh, yes, please!

    I will also offer this: I would be happy to collaborate with you on a few 2D and 3D animation clips that might be needed to communicate a particular concept in your lectures. I also have non-linear editing and post production tools for video up to 2K resolution.

    Let me know how I can help/contribute.

    Frank

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    Thanks Frank.

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    We have here now about 20 responses out of 20,000+ members. The thread on system engineering would take considerable work (but being in progress in part for the book anyhow). But, with only a 0.1 % response, this is similar to the disinterest shown on PN. I appreciate the enthusiasm of those who responded but I wonder about the viability of such a thread or sub forum.

    I want to remind all, that in my own words elsewhere, you can throw a log across a stream to get to the other side, but that does not mean that you are an engineer. What I intend to offer is the difference between those two positions. Books like Wall and Baker offer no clue as to the science of photo systems. They were throwing logs back then.

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    Make that 21, Ron! I'm definitely interested in reading, even if practical work is beyond my means at the moment. Do you think my housemates would get upset if I accidentally left some silver nitrate in the bathtub?

    - Justin

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    One question: tutorials on photo system design - does them include new methods for detecting the colour in a pan bw-film?

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