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    Your business card

    Do you like your business card? I've always asked others for their card...not just to have it "on file" but to see how they set up theirs and what "works" and "what doesn't" Here's mine... ...now show us yours.
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    I'm trying a new approach.
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    Mine is quite polain in comparison

    I'm not trying for the marketing angle with this card.

    I use them mostly when I am taking pictures of strangers in public places. Instead of getting their details, I give them a card, and tell them to e-mail me if they want a print sent out. It works much better then just asking to take their picture for me, and it cuts way back on the prints that I mail out, from when I took thier contact information.

    I know that it is not a substitute for a model release, but my photography in those circumstances is for me, not about publishing anything. I do carry photo release forms with me as well when I am looking for something with a bigger goal in mind.

    I print these cards in a landscape orientation onto card stock with a laser printer at my office, and cut them up using my darkroom paper cutter. This method means they cost me almost nothing.
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    I actually don't like having peoples business card "on file," because two years later you find a card and kill yourself trying to remember who the person is. But, I do end up keep the really good ones-- I'd like to think that mine is a really good one . . .

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    ". . . photographing as a two-way act of respect. Respect for the medium and letting it do what it does best- describe. And respect for the subject in describing it as it is. A photograph must be responsible to both."-- Garry Winogrand

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    Greek and english versions.
    Back is plain black.
    The Monogram is embossed shinny silver and doesn't scan well.
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    Is this for "pros" only? I don't have a photography card but I have a fun one from a group I sometimes do work for.
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    the Lighthouse Lab

    this is my business card I own and operate a Pro Lab in Sydney
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    I really like your card Michael! (jstraw) Everyone else's is also very interesting.

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    One of many revisions.

    I had to scan this - the original is in .png format - so I hope the image retains something of the character. The "field" is a fair representation of "gold foil", and the "block" of ten cards is printed on regular card stock and laminated on the face, to provide a glossy (photographic paper-like) finish.

    Here goes:
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    Carpe erratum!!

    Ed Sukach, FFP.

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    William Earle - Business Card

    Front and back shown but the back is actually horizontal, shown vertical here for ease of reading. It is actually a postcard/business card.

    Cheers,
    Bill
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