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  1. Photo: National Archives The reproduction office, back in the old days...72 years ago. These galls are all dead now. Just shadows in time. One gals runs the prints off on the mimeo machine. The rest collates, stacks and staples. I got a nice film for Halloween I hope to scan for you - Halloween Hallucinations 1931. I will have to pull the Retroscan out of mothballs. I hope to get it out by Oct 31. After Oct 31, people just move on to Thanksgiving, so one has to be timely with the holidays nowadays. Although that timeliness doesn't seem to apply to the stores. At Lowes they had Christmas trees and decorations up in September! You can't enjoy Halloween; you have Xmas pushed on you before Halloween and Thanksgiving. Well, that is how it is in 2022! Without continual and ever-expanding spending things will collapse! It is sooo nice when you are settled with your gear and don't have to keep spending and buy more and more...you can just concentrate on producing. Robert H, talked about labs with loads of different scanners. It would be nice to have ONE decent scanner and be able to just produce!!
  2. Hi everyone! I have a job next week were I need to do some day interiors inside an office space. We want the lighting to be flat and have a nice higher key look. Think typical old school office vibe. I understand color temp has a lot do with this situation and my first thought is to replace all the green spiked overhead lights with color corrected Kino bulbs. The issue I'm having though is that the light levels still feel a little low in the space. Should I be adding more Kino's fixtures above people and have some sort of key source as well? This is sort of the look I am going for https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzxVqaUS5s4 You can see how they managed to maintain an stale office feel but still make the color very consistent and even have some contrast to the images. What do you think they had for fixtures? Thanks to anyone who has thoughts on this!
  3. We need to to light an office dialogue scene set in the 70s. Will keep desks and stage the rest with 70s era supplies/equipment. Ceilings are 8ft and fluorescent lit. Any suggestions? Stills of two offices that will be used below.
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