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    Yes, you have gone crazy! That's a lot of stuff you are selling. I put the changing tent on my watch list. Got any weird, cheap 120mm cameras?
    Do you know Godfrey?

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    I use the Avery labels as well. Was also considering doing a thumb print beside the label and initialling that with a pencil. But that might be a bit to affectasious (sp for sure)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbarker
    I include a copyright notice along with contact info and the negative index reference for the specific image,
    We might have gone over this before but I'm not sure. What does having a *copyright* symbol actually do? If you have the copyright symbol on the adhesive, and someone peels the sticker off...then what?

    Does anyone have links for copyright FAQ's? Maybe I'll just google but I want something that pertains to photo images...either web or print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric
    Does anyone have links for copyright FAQ's? Maybe I'll just google but I want something that pertains to photo images...either web or print.
    Once again...google has answered my question. http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/
    Copyright FAQ

    There's even a section in there in case you have an Elvis sighting. I kid you not!

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    I use a rubber stamp....I tap the stamp lightly on a piece of paper first to remove some of the ink before I press it on the back of the print....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian
    i'd be careful of any adhesive gluing the acid free paper to the back of the print, unless it is reversible ( like wheat or rice paste ) .

    if i have to label anything, i just use a pencil ...
    True, but I put them on the back of the mount, not the print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konical
    Good Evening,

    Is there any deleterious effect caused by a Sanford Sharpie on FB prints?

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    I would not use a Sharpie. You can buy archival pens like a sharpie at any good art supply store.

    I done a large print exchange with a photographer in Japan. We did not mount out prints but he wanted them signed so I purchased a fine tipped archival marker and it worked great.

    Jim
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    What about the acid in the glue? I use a natural ink. No acid.

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    I have always used the 3/4 by 1 1/2 clear archivial avery lables and printed on my ink jet, I have prints that have been out there for quite a long time with no problems at all and once they are applied, they would almost have to destroy the print to get them off, anybody that has purchased glass from me has seen them on the tissue wrapping that we pack our glass in, nice, small and non-intrusive, you can get about 800 of them for $4.00 at Walmart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMoore
    True, but I put them on the back of the mount, not the print.

    Jim
    i see said the blind man.
    thanks for the detail i missed!

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