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    Great video, very inspiring! How cool was it to open it with the guy shooting a Mamiya C-330 too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbsc View Post
    Perez won't care.
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    I've Noticed !

    I while back I saw an article about George Eastmans birthday.
    I jumped over to the Kodak site expecting to see some sort of
    celebration taking place. Nothing ! ... I could barely find information
    about Kodak Film, it's a very sad situation.

    We Definitely Need To Spread The Word, And Share Our Enthusiasm !

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    It really is sad how Kodak seems to have no faith in the film business. You would think that with the number of users being relatively stable (rising even, no?) they would be OK with the market, but apparently not.

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    This was a real pleasure to watch. I especially appreciated how intelligently done it was -- not pandering, not dumbing it down. Sorry to my American friends, but this could only have been done by the European service...the domestic CNN service would have stupid'd it up a lot more. (and probably added a celebrity who pretends to shoot film, or something).

    Bit by bit...I would only have taken out the word "yet" - as in, Film Not Dead...PERIOD!
    "Never criticize someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes. That way, you're a mile away and you've got their shoes."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
    This was a real pleasure to watch. I especially appreciated how intelligently done it was -- not pandering, not dumbing it down. Sorry to my American friends, but this could only have been done by the European service...the domestic CNN service would have stupid'd it up a lot more. (and probably added a celebrity who pretends to shoot film, or something).

    Bit by bit...I would only have taken out the word "yet" - as in, Film Not Dead...PERIOD!
    Agree totally. Suspect Atlanta CNN would have focused on aspects of film photography that emphasized its demise or "drawbacks" instead of its strengths and value as a valid media.

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    GREAT VIDEO
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    Great stuff, just tweeted on our home page. Thanks

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    Great video, made my day.
    “I am an amateur and I intend to stay that way for the rest of my life.” André Kertész


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    Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post
    Thank you, markbarendt , for supplying a link that works even here in Sweden. It was a great comfort to se all the activities that are going on to save our great craft.

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    Way cool! Finally got to see this today after an afternoon of maintenance and cleaning in the darkroom.
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