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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Moe View Post
    I wish people would stop posting color images. I find them all together too alluring, for a person that really sees the world in B&W.

    So tempting, yet also so deceiving.

    Joking, almost...
    I just caught up with my TCM DVR recording of "A Matter of Life and Death" (aka, "Stairway to Heaven" – David Niven, Kim Hunter, Roger Livesey, Raymond Massey) last night. Heaven is black and white, earth is color. Pretty much as I expected. That settles it. Deal with it. ()

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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    I put it at #1 for my next Netflix DVD. I may have seen it, but I sure want to see it again!

    Quote Originally Posted by ROL View Post
    I just caught up with my TCM DVR recording of "A Matter of Life and Death" (aka, "Stairway to Heaven" – David Niven, Kim Hunter, Roger Livesey, Raymond Massey) last night. Heaven is black and white, earth is color. Pretty much as I expected. That settles it. Deal with it. ()

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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    Then what is hell - digitally colorized black and white?

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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    We can only hope!

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Wiley View Post
    Then what is hell - digitally colorized black and white?

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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Wiley View Post
    Then what is hell - digitally colorized black and white?
    Hell is a series of Instagram filters!

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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    I am not religious. You have mischaracterized humor and FACT. While my post may have strode the line of general acceptability, your critical view of it perhaps says more about your politics than mine.

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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    Actually, what drove the action were complaints. Don't take it personally.

    Rick "noting that crossing the line humorously or unintentionally or even factually doesn't mean it wasn't crossed" Denney

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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    Quote Originally Posted by ROL View Post
    I am not religious. You have mischaracterized humor and FACT. While my post may have strode the line of general acceptability, your critical view of it perhaps says more about your politics than mine.
    FWIW I actually agree with your point BUT no matter-it has no place here and I would have deleted it too as a violation of the rules. I pitch all kinds of stuff I agree with-that doesn't matter in the slightest-same I'm sure with RRRRDDD.
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    Re: How much longer for 4x5 color film?

    Is still believing in the relevance of color film considered a religion? ... (back to the original thread)... I guess if seeing is believing. My gosh, I just finished calibrating
    Ole Zeke (my big 8x10 color enlarger) to Ektar and CAII Supergloss last nite, and am itching to get working on real prints. But the quality of rendition of the test
    chart patches is pretty amazing, esp for something printed raw without supplementary masking. And no need for a Photoshop subscription either ... (a timely dig,
    for those of you who subscribe to that particular religion).

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