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Author Topic: MEMBER PICTURES - - - NEW PROCEDURES JUNE 22, 2008 - - - SEE PAGE 1
Brad Miller
Administrator

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From: Plano, TX (36.2 miles NW of Rockwall)
Registered: May 99


 - posted 08-15-2006 06:55 PM      Profile for Brad Miller   Author's Homepage   Email Brad Miller       Edit/Delete Post 
UPDATED JUNE 22, 2008

This is how we will handle updating member pictures from this point on. There are three options...

#1 Email the picture to memberpics@film-tech.com being ABSOLUTELY SURE you type your member name EXACTLY as it appears here on the forums in the email...and then make a post on this thread letting us know that you have "emailed the picture". If you email your picture but don't make a post here, odds are your picture won't get updated.

#2 Mail a photograph in for scanning. Email me for specifics. The photo can be returned if you desire.

#3 Fly to Dallas to have your picture taken, then fly home. (This is your best value.)

***If your picture has other people in it, be sure and note which person you are so we can crop them out of the picture

PLEASE REMEMBER, I will only be updating the member pics from time to time, so don't expect it to be instantaneous. However many people are sending in member pictures by embedding it into the email or they are emailing me a link to their picture. Either way makes it difficult for me to keep track of. To make matters worse many people are not putting their full name into the email, or are using a shortened version of it (Rich instead of Richard), further complicating the task. So from this point on unless you need your photograph to be scanned in or you plan on visiting me just to have your picture taken, you need to follow the instructions in option #1 above.

ALSO REMEMBER, if your picture does not clearly show your face, it will be rejected. Please try to send large pictures, not tiny small ones.

[ 06-22-2008, 11:28 PM: Message edited by: Brad Miller ]

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Rachel Craven
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Eh, pick one...

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Cameron Glendinning
Jedi Master Film Handler

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This one is newer
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umm I'm on the left
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Monte L Fullmer
Film God

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..time for a new pict.

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-Monte

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Paul Cassidy
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Mike Schindler
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Mark Lensenmayer
Phenomenal Film Handler

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After only 805 posts and almost 6 years.....

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Richard Greco
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Perfection Doesn't Get Any Better Than This
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Raymond Watson
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Here's one from Ray too......

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William Phillips
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William Clark
Film Handler

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I don't get to wear a tie anymore. I have to wear a silly bow tie again.

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Aaron Garman
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Jason Black
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Hans Van Der Vlist
Film Handler

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From: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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 - posted 08-31-2006 08:22 AM      Profile for Hans Van Der Vlist   Email Hans Van Der Vlist   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hello, I am Hans.

This is the first pic of me on the FILM-TECH forum.
And it is recent !

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I started out when I was 16 years as an apprentice projectionist at the Tuschinsky concern (Thalia Theatre in Rotterdam) using Cinemeccanica Victoria X and Gaumont-Kalee projectors. When I was 18 I was drafted for the military and served my country as a military projectionist on 35 and 16mm.
After I left the military service I went working In a specialized shop where I sold movie-equipment 8 and 16mm.and we also were importers of Kalart-Victor and Hokushin projectors.
Later I went working for my dad in his drugstore and started up a Photoshop and filmrental-departement (Super8).
Now I am running this store but I am still working as projectionist (free-lance) and I have a Private screening room at my home.(35 and 16mm)
So I am still a filmfreak and keep myself posted through FILM-TECH.

The kindest regards to you all from The Netherlands.

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Leo Enticknap
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