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Old 08-15-2006, 02:57 PM   #10
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Kathleen - see u keep reminding us European's how advanced you yanks were in working neg and how clever u were registering colour sets blind ( how did u do that) instead working in pos so that it was easier to see through the sets - and we just cut out the crop marks
Gee, I dunno. They had already invented the process by the time I needed to know it.

When I was silkscreening, I needed film positives. It was like pulling teeth to get them.

As for which side a sensible person should drive on, I bite my tongue. Note that the Swedes have come around to good sense . . .

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