From: Jason Halprin (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Oct 21 2010 - 16:32:06 PDT
I was thinking the same thing...looks like I'll be buying some paint and going
From: k. a.r. <email suppressed>
To: email suppressed
Sent: Thu, October 21, 2010 6:24:14 PM
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] glowinthedark-stars
Pip that sounds amazing! I would like to see that.
Kristie Reinders, B.F.A.
Director of Cinematography, Electric Visions
Curator and Head Projectionist, Electric Mural Project
The Mission, San Francisco, CA
'A first class technician should work best under pressure.'
- - - Issac Asimov
> Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 14:58:09 +0200
> To: email suppressed
> From: email suppressed
> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] glowinthedark-stars
> we have many glow in the dark stars and a lot of glow in the dark
> paint at L'Abominable in Paris. In fact, when you turn the light out,
> you can see the whole room like a negative line drawing because we
> painted each corner and the contour of each surface, the doorknob,
> the light switches, etc. It's quite beautiful. No film has ever been
> fogged to my knowledge. Maybe you should avoid holding the film right
> over the star, but this is not ambient light and should not expose
> any stock.
> You may want to send this question to the filmlabs.org mailing list
> however: https://listes.domainepublic.net/listinfo/forum
> At 23:33 +0200 20/10/10, Viktoria schmid wrote:
> >hey! I have these glowinthedark-stars, which I want to use in our
> >darkroom to mark the lightswitch etc...
> >someone told me that it doesn't effect any film (b/w/colour,
> >low/high asa,...) , is it true?
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