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    Just fiddly things now. On the home stretch.

    Thanks Chris.

    PE

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    The book also comes with "fiddly things"... awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    ...I've already found two figures with captions spread over different pages and some other odds and eds....
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    Ron:

    Appropriate phrase

    Charley

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    Yup! I'm grinding away at it! Stiff neck and sore eyeballs and all!

    Just fiddly bits.

    PE

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    THE MASTER CODEX...

    When and where can we pre-order the Tome?

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    I have set up mo mechanism for handling pre-orders. Sorry.

    I have yet to firm up distribution and all I can say is that the first trial run will be Friday this week. I will have 2 copies then to check out for accuracy and formatting. Then the first run starts next week.

    I have no pricing yet. The book is about 225 pages long and will be on 8.5 x 11" paper in ring binding with plastic covers. It is about 1.5" thick. There are over 100 graphs, charts and photographs many of which are in color. The B&W was kind of drab and was rejected as too much data was lost.

    As I have mentioned, the book was edited by 5 of my associates so it should be accurate and up to date.

    You might say that this book starts at the page in Bob Shanebrook's book on "How Kodak Makes Film", and centers in on two portions, the emulsion making and coating, and takes you through the doors with pictures and diagrams of the real details, and then it continues with formulas and lots of patent references.

    All of this is supplemented by photographic comparisons of each emulsion with production emulsions and also with senstiometric curves.

    I hope everyone enjoys it.

    Now that it is done, IDK what to do!!!!

    Maybe V2?

    PE

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    Ron, this is the perfect chance for you to start working on your color dye-destruction emulsion!

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    You going to help?

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    heck ya

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    Ahahahahha. I won't hold my breath. You are hundreds of miles away!

    PE



 

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