Thank you for your interest in purchasing my photos. I currently sell two formats online:
Most of my popular photos are available for sale. I have discontinued my eBay store, but still sell some of my more popular photos through eBay. Please contact me by e-mail for further information on purchasing my photos.
For information about republishing any of my pictures in electronic form or in a publication, please contact me directly. Please note that all my pictures are protected by copyright, and I do not give my work away for free. My publication rates are reasonable though, but vary according to the particular use.
Elegant Photo Greeting Cards may be purchased individually, or in packages.
Cards use genuine 5"X7" photographs printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper for a long life. The cards themselves are made from beige, recycled cardstock. The cards are 5.5" X 8.5" (140 X 216 mm). They include envelopes, and the insides of the cards are blank for you to write your own messages.
Why send a mass-produced card when you can send something special and original for the same price or less? Many customers frame these cards on their walls, and send them as small tokens of friendship or appreciation to friends or clients.
Some older cards were printed using an inkjet printer instead of real photos. In these cases, this fact is clearly noted.
For mounting on a wall, the 8" X 12" format is very convenient. These are sold mounted on an acid-free backing board and with an acid-free mat designed to fit into a standard 11" X 14" frame. Prints are genuine photos printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper to last for decades.
Why 8" X 12"? Why not the more popular 8" X 10"? Actually, when a photograph is taken with a 35 mm camera (or equivalent digital camera), printing it as an 8" X 10" means cropping some of the picture off the ends. An 8" X 12" gives you the full picture as the photographer intended it.
These pictures are original, and are signed by the photographer.
Other Photo Formats
Other photo formats can be produced by special request. Contact me for information.
© 2005 Richard McGuire