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[filmscanners] Re: Density vs Dynamic range




----- Original Message -----
From: "Austin Franklin" <darkroom@ix.netcom.com>
To: <dickbo@btopenworld.com>
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2002 6:23 PM
Subject: [filmscanners] RE: Density vs Dynamic range


Dickbo,

> No sir, you do not know,

What do you base that on?  YOUR opinion?  Or do you have 20 years of
electronic imaging design experience?

Indeed it is my opinion and one, which I might add, is based upon
49 years of photographic and pre-press experience, both at the technical and
sales levels and it tells me you are classifiable but in what way wild
horses would not persuade me to describe.
Conceited nit picker could be a phrase that might apply.

> you just think you know.

Certainly not every subject, but on this subject, I know.

What subject is that squire?

> What you
> probably know is
> electronics

At least...

> and what you do not know is anything at all about image repro

Really?  I better tell that to the 3 film scanners I've designed,

Still selling are they?

3 imaging systems for assembly, welding and parts inspection I've designed,
2 mobile robotic vision systems I've designed...and that's the start of the
list.

Nothing to do with this news group.

As well as having owned two successful professional commercial studios over
the years...

...so succesful that they no longer appear to exist it would seem.

Yes, met lot's of designers in my time often called  in as expert witnesses
during legal disputes where they usually leave everybody well confused
because of their tendency to cover themselves with a flame proof garment
while attempting to impress with their technical knowledge.

> God himself would have trouble with you,

No, only you...dickbo...

If you want to have a technical discussion, please do so, if not, or you are
simply not capable of doing do, then PLEASE keep your personal attacks off
the list.

Then I suggest that you stop trying to be a smart arse about my postings
because for sure I no longer bother to comment on your self promoting little
outpourings but you seem hell bent on mounting a campaign that amounts to
nothing more than nit picking trivia on my own modest efforts.

Should you be open to advise, which I very much doubt, I would suggest that
you refrain from making any comment on anything that I post either on this
group or any other.

Should you decide otherwise then be prepared for a great deal of trouble
because rest assured I do not like people like you and unfortunatly I have
been burdened with your spiritual presence during various periods of my
professional  life and I can say with no fear of contradiction that your
contribution towards getting a commercial or productive result  in a real
life situations was usually absolutely  zero.

In the UK your type of individual is generally referred to as "An Expert".

The best definition of an expert I have heard was invented by an American
marketing geru and an individual for whom I had a very high regard because
not only was he a man of the world and of modest demeanour, he also had a
most impressive commercial record in generating profit for the organisations
who employed him.

What he said about "an expert" goes as follows.....
An "ex" is a has-been and a "spurt" is a drip under pressure so stay well
away from experts...then of course there are consultants and I'll bet you've
done some of that too.

Now then my fine fellow can I assume you are an expert? or are you not?
Whatever you are kindly keep off my postings





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