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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    I also want to read that Kodak history book that the APUGer wrote but I don't want to buy/own it, maybe we can start a share/pass along and all learn more
    You really should try to get yourself a copy of Robert Shanebrook's book because I doubt that anything like it, particularly the photos, could ever be done again owing to a lack of extant colour film coating facilities. As we here know, film, particularly colour film, is a product of sophisticated chemistry and precision engineering - this book illustrates that point better than any other I've read. OzJohn

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    Kodak dismatling an unused film coating building

    Quote Originally Posted by OzJohn View Post
    You really should try to get yourself a copy of Robert Shanebrook's book because I doubt that anything like it, particularly the photos, could ever be done again owing to a lack of extant colour film coating facilities. As we here know, film, particularly colour film, is a product of sophisticated chemistry and precision engineering - this book illustrates that point better than any other I've read. OzJohn
    Well want to lend me your copy?


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    Mr. Shanebrook deserves fair compensation for his creation, as do we all. Send him the asking price, and he'll send you a copy. It's a win-win proposition. I did it. And I actually think I came out ahead in the transaction.

    It's a really good book. And the best come-back I know to anyone who says that modern film is old-school and low-tech.

    Ken
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    — Diane Arbus, March 15, 1971, in response to a request for a brief statement about photographs

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    Kodak dismatling an unused film coating building

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Nadvornick View Post
    Mr. Shanebrook deserves fair compensation for his creation, as do we all. Send him the asking price, and he'll send you a copy. It's a win-win proposition. I did it. And I actually think I came out ahead in the transaction.

    It's a really good book. And the best come-back I know to anyone who says that modern film is old-school and low-tech.

    Ken
    Oh it's not that I don't think he deserves his due return for the investment, as a photographer I totally understand that part, it's more that I can't justify spending the cash at this time when I have 20 rolls of undeveloped color film in my fridge because I can't afford to develop it yet... Lol


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