[Tig] sorry

Michael Farina mfarina2
Wed Mar 5 23:15:27 GMT 2003


And but 2 brave soles ventured forth on the HD distribution question.


On 5 Mar 2003 at 18:01, Greg Dildine wrote:

> Lynette Duensing supports the tig.
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> >On Wed, 2003-03-05 at 13:09, Greg Dildine wrote:
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> >> I do enjoy the "tales" but we need more info sharing
> >please...
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> >Jeez Greg...show some respect for your elders :) 
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> >I'm just glad for once that I don't have a personal, horrid, job gone
> >wrong story to contribute. --
> >_______________________________________________________ Bob
> >Festa			bfesta at ascentmedia.com Director of Commercial Imaging R!OT
> >Santa Monica		310 434 6000
> > 
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> I know Bob, that wasn't the post to make friends.  Sorry, stirring the
> pot too much...  I do indeed have lots of respect for my elders.  I
> have learned much from those who got the color-thing all started! 
> And, I too have nostalgic musings from the past 13+ yrs and beyond,
> including learning video editing back in junior-high-school with B&W
> open-reel 1/2" tape and a stop watch (not quite old enough for the
> quad days)...
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> Not the right approach I know... There is actually plenty of bandwidth
> on this forum!  
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> I'm just hoping that more folks would answer and respond to more of
> the questions that are put forth to our group...  I got nothing
> regarding my HD Superbowl queries -- besides the fact that Tapazio
> listened to the game on his old Grundig...  No one chatted about the
> color-fx in "Dangerous Mind" that Bob Blanks posted (I still haven't
> had a chance to see it)... nor did anyone publicly really respond to
> Leffel's,  "What kind, responsible, hard-working, empathetic colorist
> would like to share their visions on what's going on in our land? I
> always appreciate the engineering side of things, but can't the
> colorist/lurkers come out to play?"
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> Again sorry, please keep the stories AND the answers coming...
> 
> Greg Dildine
> Colorist
> Finish - Boston
> greg.dildine at finishedit.com
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