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    Nice card Bill, excellent, as is Stephens as well.

    I'd like to see Ari's properly, I appreciate it doesn't scan, but look good.

    Ian

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    here's mine,
    I usually print it on satin finish photo paper, at my local photofinisher.


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    Here's the front, the back just has my contact/website info.

    Jon
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    Mendocino Coast Black and White Photography: www.jonshiu.com

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    A couple versions

    A couple of versions of mine. I just switch out the images every now and then. The text doesn't compress well when I downsized it for the web, but you get the idea.
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    For a long time my business cards were elaborate 4/c 8.5x11 printed pieces, usually from my Black Book or NY Gold pages. My career has a different focus now and my card has been simplified.

    The stock is pure white but I grayed it so it would stand off the white web page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Early Riser View Post
    For a long time my business cards were elaborate 4/c 8.5x11 printed pieces, usually from my Black Book or NY Gold pages. My career has a different focus now and my card has been simplified.

    The stock is pure white but I grayed it so it would stand off the white web page.

    I love it, I wish I go that simple.

    Yours;

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    Here is mine. Black raised lettering on linen parchment stock.
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    Here is mine...

    I print them on the Avery 8371 white business card paper (Inkjet) and have several images I can use. This one is of a 4x10 platinum/palladium print (Bull Creek Flat, Humboldt Redwoods State Park).

    I like printing small amounts of the cards at a time -- I can change the info in the lower right to match my needs.

    Vaughn

    PS...sorry, this might load slow for those on dial-up.
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    I just finished this design. Like others posted here, it only seems logical for a photographer's card to be a photograph. I can print the small supply that I need on my printer and cut them with a paper cutter or knife and straight edge,
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    I am not anti-digital. I am pro-film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWKate View Post
    I really like your card Michael! (jstraw) Everyone else's is also very interesting.
    Thanks Kate. The premise is that the website is a better container for information than a business card but a business card is a great way to help people get to the website. The site came first so making the card look like the site was just the logical way to go.
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