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    Great stuff !

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    Welcome Foma!

    Foma is indeed a great brand which still produces with love and knowledge rare items as double-8mm invertible cine films. Also, their warmtone papers are OUTSTANDING!

    Sean, if possible, it would be great to have one of their men on board, as much as Ilford does. I am strongly persuaded that in these times having a direct contact with evoluted amateurs is a must for photographic industries, but many of their CEOs seem not to understand it.

    Thanks for the good news, however.
    I know a chap who does excellent portraits. The chap is a camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco Gilardetti View Post
    Foma is indeed a great brand which still produces with love and knowledge rare items as double-8mm invertible cine films. Also, their warmtone papers are OUTSTANDING!

    Sean, if possible, it would be great to have one of their men on board, as much as Ilford does. I am strongly persuaded that in these times having a direct contact with evoluted amateurs is a must for photographic industries, but many of their CEOs seem not to understand it.

    Thanks for the good news, however.
    I believe Foma and Fomafoto are two different entities. But I will ask Fomafoto to comment on that and see if they can bring in a company rep when required. Thanks

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    Ah, yes, it's probably the business of Slavomir Polivka, who already is on the board. Sorry, my fault.
    I know a chap who does excellent portraits. The chap is a camera.
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    That is correct. Fomafoto is a Norvegian distributor dedicated to Foma´s products.

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    Great news! Good to see.
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    Thanks for the support! BTW, really love Fomapan 100.

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    Great. Thanks to Fomafoto.

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    Thanks, I like the Foma papers and liquid chemicals too.

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    Great news! Have been a fan of FOMAs products for years.

    their liquid emulsion ROCKS!!

    And they make fantastic papers!

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