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Re: "compressed" grade
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- Subject: Re: "compressed" grade
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- Date: Tue, 12 Aug 1997 20:32:25 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi, I've been away, so I wanted to add a question to Domininc's
The term "compressed grade" or "flat grade" is being applied to the
technique of transferring neg to tape with minimal colour correction and
with low enough contrast to keep as much of the original negative data
as possible. Never mind what it looks like. Transfer is typically to D1
1. Who does this in New York?
2. Do you run a roughly graded one off at the same time?
3. What are the costs, of this "FLAT?" transfer, and subsequent Tape to tape
O.K. it is Three questions, but I'm involved with something, that might
benefit from this.
Thanks, sorry If these are redundant.
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