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Sunday, 01 October 2017


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I just caught up on the TOP posts from the last couple of days and read "Look Who Came to Visit" and saw the accompanying picture. Any chance you're willing to offer a copy of that picture as part of the print sale? It doesn't have to be big, and doesn't have to be an art print -- even a reasonably good 4x6" Costco or Walmart print might suffice -- but I think it would be a lot of fun to frame along with the print itself. And remember your fondness for portraits of photographers...

Of course, if you want to make it a slightly bigger print and charge an upgrade fee for it, I wouldn't be opposed to that either. Just wanted to make sure that thinking through the logistics of that that didn't prevent it from actually happening. (Printing 100 4x6" copies and having them mailed directly to the printmakers for inclusion in the shipped packages would be a simple matter.)


P.S. Quick tip: When printing pictures through a convenient consumer service, I often generate multiple JPEGs with slightly different color balances and brightness levels, and then order 1 copy of each. This allows me to pick the version that matches my vision most closely (make sure the file names are either inserted in the picture or printed on the back). The cost is minimal (only a couple bucks for the test prints), and gives me greater confidence in then ordering hundreds of copies.

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