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#373: Projection 101

July 6, 2009

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #73: Look, Up in the Sky; #148: Summer Sequel; #371: Color Grading; #372: Public Enemy Number One

Note to my projectionist readers: please feel free to e-mail me if I ever have anything explained, drawn or threaded incorrectly, particularly up in booth. Not having worked at a movie theater, I'm always making (educated) guesses about how things look, and the reference I can find on the internet is not always as clear as I need it to be, so I'm constantly relying on you guys to help me keep it real.

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