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    Free Prints  echo $newRAM;
    added Mon June 21 2004 at 11:07 AM
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    A few days ago, I went to Campus Photo and ordered prints of five different pictures. I got am 8 X 10 and a 4 X 6 of each one. Mostly, I wanted to see if it would be feasible to make (and possibly someday sell) prints from the Nikon. Well, reality is that I don't really post that much on my walls, so while I'll make sure to keep a few to put on my wall eventually, I'm thinking of giving away the rest.

    The 4 X 6's cannot easily be distinguished from a film picture. There are a few points that I can see that it's digital, but definitely not enough to make someone assume it's a digital print. The 8 X 10's are clearly digital prints on close examination, but they would still definitely be very lovely on the wall. I think that I already have a couple that I know who I want to send them to. The others are up for grabs.

    If you leave a comment on this entry, I will send you an email with details of which prints are available for you to choose from. I doubt that all the prints will be given away (because not many people read this), but it is on a strictly first come first serve basis. Be sure to include your email when you post, unless you know that I already know how to reach you.