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  1. Hello, this is a very general question, for any format. I was wondering in the film stock (when it is still in the box, new) where does the emulsion face? Does it face externally? Always? In particular I am interested at the Fomapan (r-100 ds8). Please let me know if you have some information about that. Thank you
  2. Hello everyone, as I'm slowly getting into film and its ins/outs, I'm wondering about the following: In the age of DI and the numerous options in grading/post, do professional cinematographers still tweak emulsions (I'm talking about pre-flashing, shooting Tungsten film in daylight without filters and other "more experimental" methods) or are these techniques slowly getting lost?! I'm not trying to add another debate concerning "we'll do it in post" - just curious to hear whether digital technology is replacing these techniques. Thanks, Alex
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