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  1. Hi everyone. I'm new here so I apologize if this topic has already been sufficiently covered. I couldn't find an appropriate thread. Anyway, I'm a film archivist and I've been dealing quite a bit lately with 35mm blow-up CRIs made from 16mm Ektachrome and ECO original which have started to (or completely) gone green in the blacks. I'm assuming that this is simply the result of the weakest dyes fading but it seems as though only my CRIs that include 35mm opticals such as fades or titles have started going green and the ones that were printed directly from the Ekta or ECO and had their e
  2. I'm new on this site and just wanted to say hello as well as plug my first short-doc. I've been shooting for about 1.5 years now after a career switch. Anyhow, it's made it into the semi-finalists (95) films in FocusForward festival and needs your views/votes to continue! I hope you like it, critiques are most welcome. P.S: What these guys are doing is amazing. Growing a bio compatible replacement for plastics! http://vimeo.com/focusforwardfilms/semifinalists/51884523
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