Quote Originally Posted by cmacd123 View Post

I will say that I do occasionally see portraits that Fred Lum does for the Globe and Mail, he often uses a sheet of film with the makers name at the edge of the image to get a bit more eye capture effect. (sometimes sheet film and other times 120) so I can see where having the branding might be useful to some, and would remind folks that Illford is around and does make film. OTOH I can also see folks objecting to the "free Advertising effect"
There seems to be a fashion in magazines, etc., for printing pictures (no doubt digital originals!) inside an artificial frame of the edge of a 120 or 35mm film complete with edge markings.

Artistic....but more often that not you see color pictures with Tri-X edge markings, or B&W apparently taken on film with Ektachrome markings !