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Old October 1st 14, 11:19 PM posted to sci.engr.color,sci.image.processing,comp.soft-sys.matlab,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.darkroom
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what type of electronic algorithms could be had from the film building
and film modeling processes? this would ential chemical processing
two, might have a path back to colorants and colorant manufacturing if
chemistry is still thought of a bit, even CRTs have phospors which are
colorants

unsharp masking and curve manipulation are already around

the algorithm business might be good for people who know such
algorithms, I know some basics and could infer
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Old October 2nd 14, 04:51 AM posted to sci.engr.color,sci.image.processing,comp.soft-sys.matlab,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.darkroom
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On Wed, 01 Oct 2014 18:19:14 -0400, Dale
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what type of electronic algorithms could be had from the film building
and film modeling processes? this would ential chemical processing
two, might have a path back to colorants and colorant manufacturing if
chemistry is still thought of a bit, even CRTs have phospors which are
colorants

unsharp masking and curve manipulation are already around

the algorithm business might be good for people who know such
algorithms, I know some basics and could infer


found this awhile ago, the society of dyers and colorants

http://www.sdc.org.uk/

I guess the distinction between a dye and colorant might be that a dye
is not a colorant until merged with the substrate
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