Re: Photogarding

From: Pip Chodorov (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Dec 05 2008 - 18:15:16 PST

My favorite lab for this is in Paris: Daems. They de-scratch,
lacquer, or teflon coat for loopers, S8, 16 or 35. They are fast,
affordable, invisible and very effective.

At 17:51 -0800 5/12/08, Mark Toscano wrote:
>Hi folks,
>A question, related to the last post I made about Gary Beydler's
>films. Normally, I would never get any print Photogarded (or
>scratch guarded or coated with anything at all), but as these new
>polyester prints of Gary's are not crucial as archival elements, and
>as I imagine they might rent quite a bit, I'm thinking I might
>suggest to Gary he get them coated to help protect against
>Anyhow, I don't know how many places still do this in 16mm, and how
>reliable they are, so could someone give me some info on the current
>state of scratch-guarding?
>Thanks very much,
>Mark T

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