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  1. Re: Short Film "Sharing the Light" featuring Bob Kolbrener

    Thank you so much! :)
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    My goodness. What a beautiful and articulate response. I shared this with all the participants in the film - they are grateful whenever someone GETS some of the deeper nuances of this film. I love...
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    Jim, I could not agree more! Yes!!! Perhaps this film, in its own little way, will inspire a few young people to explore large format photography. I certainly hope so.

    I passed your comment along...
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    We would love that, too! :D Thanks, much.
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    Thanks so very much, Alan! We will totally check out posting on Photrio! Great suggestion.
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    Thank you all so much for checking out the film and commenting. Your comments mean so much to the filmmakers - especially from this group! :D If you know of any other groups or forums you think...
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    Thanks so much for watching and commenting! Very appreciated. :D
  8. Short Film "Sharing the Light" featuring Bob Kolbrener

    Hi all!

    Just wanted to share with you a short film (7 minutes) which my son directed called, "Sharing the Light". It features my nephew, Nolan Beck, and his relationship with mentor/large-format...
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    Re: Scanning Huge Archives - Help!

    What an outstanding and thoughtful response. Thank you. I'm going to come back to this post often. You have put in real, quantifiable terms what exactly this would take and suggested factors that I...
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    This is a wonderful suggestion. Living in Los Angeles - this would probably be easier for me than for most people. As I make my way through the work, I can start thinking about this. My mother was...
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    Thanks for the tip! So far, most of her images are 120 color transparency. Mostly unmounted. Also, a large amount of 4x5 color transparency. I'm only about 10% through looking at the images, so if I...
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    Re: Scanning Huge Archives - Help!

    People give drum scanners away? I guess I don't know enough about them and am probably looking in the wrong places or don't know what to look for. I was looking at all the new Hasselblad, etc. ones...
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    Fascinating! Thank you for the perspective. I'm actually shocked at how, after 10 years in dark storage, the transparencies look as if they were taken yesterday. Some of them are 30-40 years old!!!...
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    Hi, Jim - could you give me an example of what a large commercial flatbed might be? I'm assuming it's not the v850? I like the idea of loading up the glass like you say. It seems that could really...
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    Ok, cool! I'm glad to hear of someone else using the scanner. And, yes, this scanner has the transparency lid on it. I've decided to go ahead and keep it to get started. I wasn't able to use the...
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    You are absolutely right! : ) Thank you!
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    I really liked that idea and checked it out - I looked at Peter Krogh's book and a few videos on the process. I just don't think I'm tech-savvy enough to pull it off! haha. : )
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    Holy moly! This was incredibly helpful! Thank you for your generosity in sharing all this information. I have decided to go ahead and keep my old 1640XL as a second scanner. At the very least, I can...
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    Yes, I purchased a lightbox - a very thin one - and can easily slip it under all the transparency sleeves. It's fabulous! And fast! I have a couple of loupes already, so this works great. Thanks much!
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    Re: Scanning Huge Archives - Help!

    This makes a lot of sense. I HAVE the scanner....so why not? It's going to be quite a learning process for sure! There are tens of thousands of images and I've already started the process of looking...
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    This makes a lot of sense. I HAVE the scanner....so why not? It's going to be quite a learning process for sure! There are tens of thousands of images and I've already started the process of looking...
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    Re: Scanning Huge Archives - Help!

    Yes - I think I'll just keep the scanner. I can do a lot of scans on it at once and can at least do some quick archiving and then, as you say, either purchase a good scanner or send out the best...
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    Scanning Huge Archives - Help!

    Hello! My mother was a long-time professional film photographer who traveled all over the world and published about 12 books. I inherited her huge photographic archive consisting of everything from...
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