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re:Kevin sets us right
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- From: dhumphus at airmail.net (Dean Humphus)
- Date: Fri, 16 May 97 10:34:33 -0500 (CDT)
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Kevin Shaw wrote,
>I value the help and information contributed to TIG and firmly support Robs
>(very minimal) regulation of it. I had hoped that my own contributions were
>taken as useful and informative and am upset to learn that there are some
>who believe that I have ulterior motives."
What happened to the notion of having rights to express ones own opinion
(and experience, know-how, etc.).
Kevins recent comments in this forum reflect his experiences, knowledge, and
biases, and nothing more. I did not take his comments as commercial
propaganda from a manufacturer.
I, for one, have worked for the same manufacturer and have my personal
experiences and biases and I don't feel restrained from expressing them.
Kevin, I appreciate the information you've presented recently on windows,
layers, and specifically, EDWIN, and find it informative, and would even
welcome an on-line discussion of other color corrector related topics
specific to a manufacturer, though not necessarily in this TIG. That's how
ideas get put into action. And no matter how much you may disagree with a
concept, or approach, it's still an idea that's worth considering. We're
all big boys and girls here and can think for ourselves. I don't feel
unduly influenced by one man's opinion on color correction any more than I
feel influenced by one man's politics.
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