[alt-photo] How Kodak Makes (made?) film

Andy Schmitt awschmitt at verizon.net
Thu Aug 19 12:21:27 GMT 2010

I bought a copy, actually 2, of Robert's book & I can vouch for it's
In a hundred years people will be staring at it the same way we do when we
see photographs documenting a wetplate photographers life...

Andy Schmitt
Message: 5
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 13:55:19 -0700
From: "Richard Knoppow" <dickburk at ix.netcom.com>
     I am passing along an announcement made in the Photo 
History list. I bought a copy of this book and strongly 
recommend it to anyone interested in authentic knowledge of 
how film is made.


Robert L. Shanebrook?s  6+ year post-retirement  book is 
finally available
for sale.

The book gives a simple but thorough description of  film 
manufacturing with
over 130 photograph and over  25  diagrams of how Kodak 
makes film today.

If you want one now is the time to order.

he is not printing a large number so he  hopes to sell out. 
The information
is unique. It contains far more information on film 
manufacturing than Kodak
has ever made public. It is unlikely that this information 
will be available
from other sources.  Kodak has no rights to republish anything that 
is in the book.

He  has received  favorable endorsements and reviews.

Please share this email with anyone who might be interested 
in the book. He
financed the project  and is self-publishing  so  will 
greatly appreciate
your forwarding this announcement.
Order book at: http://makingkodakfilm.com


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