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« on: February 28, 2008, 11:47:27 AM »

hi, i am doing a project at college where i am exploring all forms of output, as in final sale, media. i am looking at digital as the capture and then all points after. i am wondering if anyone is willing to reply saying how they output their images. this could be using a lab or using your own inhouse printer. i am also interested in preferred media. canvas inkjet paper or any other means in which you output your images. any feedback is welcome as im trying to get an oversight as to what photographers and the markets preferences are. Or if any one would like to add a topic to get a conversation going that would help as well.

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andrew stanney
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« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2008, 05:17:34 PM »

As a pro, most of my work end up burned on DVDs, then my clients do whatever they want with the images, (magazines, flyers, etc)....


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« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2008, 03:37:37 PM »

I have several uses for my work:

1. Offset printing. Most of my "work" work (from my staff job) goes either online or into offset-printed publications.

2. Photographic printing. Some of my staff work is uploaded to an online printing vendor (Printroom), where my colleagues can order photographic prints for various uses -- gifts to speakers and donors, wall display, that sort of thing.

3. Fine art printing. For my personal work, I have an ink-jet printer at home (Epson 3800).
Equipment: a camera and some lenses. Images: Work photos. Personal photos.
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