[tig] FW: da Vinci press release

Stefan Sonnenfeld SSonnenfeld
Mon Dec 22 21:57:20 GMT 2003


Nothing to do with Kevin, but there is a difference.  Manufacturers should
start enlisting the help of a wider variety of artists in the field when
they design their respective devices.  This has always been one of my
biggest complaints.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martin Euredjian [mailto:ecinema at pacbell.net]
> Sent: Monday, December 22, 2003 1:47 PM
> To: TIG
> Subject: RE: [tig] FW: da Vinci press release
> 
> thanks Rich Montez for supporting the TIG.
> --
> 
> Steve Shaw, in a moment of confusion and temporary insanity, wrote:
> 
> > I'm sure Kevin is knowledgeable, and I know he's a good guy, but I have
> never yet met a manufacturer's operator who can get more out of their
> company's system than a real-world user.
> 
> When you get a chance, take the time to sit with Kevin in front of a 2K.
> Having taken his beginer, intermediate and advanced colorist courses I can
> tell you that he knows a hell of a lot.  As an engineer, having worked
> with
> lots of colorists over the last twenty years, I'd say without reservation
> that he ranks up there with some of the more capable colorists I've known.
> He is a "real-world" user.
> 
> 
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Martin Euredjian
> eCinema Systems, Inc.
> voice: 661-305-9320
> fax: 661-775-4876
> martin at ecinemasys.com
> ecinema at ieee.org
> www.ecinemasys.com
> 
> "Digital Cinematography must abandon all links to Television"(tm)
> 
> 
> 
> 
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