From: Pip Chodorov (email suppressed)
Date: Fri May 09 2008 - 00:54:16 PDT
Black and white film also works better with Auricon sound for the
simple reason that you develop the whole film in black and white. The
sound track has to be high contrast black and white, and the color
developer may not give a great result. But sometimes it can be
interesting, I think Jim Hubbard showed some Roger Jacoby films done
At 17:08 -0500 8/05/08, Scott Stark wrote:
>I've used one. They do indeed print onto any stock, but the
>quality's not necessarily good. Black and white stocks work better
>since they have fewer layers of emulsion and therefore a sharper
>optical image. And you can vary the exposure, which will affect the
>results. I'd recommend doing sound tests.
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