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pasknucklehead Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Feb 2008Fri 26-Oct-12 03:06 PM
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Hey, is there any good pens out there for signing photographs? We only have a Michaels craft store around here and Staples, and I like the one I got from staples, it's fine and doesn't run but I don't particularly like signing my lighter enlargements with black ink. So I went to our other store, and got a silver pen, but of course, it was like felt tip and was too thick..Any ideas? Also, a quick off the wall question, is it okay to have your photos in two different galleries? just wondering...

Darlene

  

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OnTERRYo Silver Member Nikonian since 25th Nov 2011Sat 27-Oct-12 01:45 AM
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Sat 27-Oct-12 01:47 AM by OnTERRYo

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Hi Darlene.

For signing glossy surfaces, I would recommend a Sharpie.
You can get them in a few different colors.
In fact, I just bought a silver metallic; though haven't tried it yet.
Plus, you can get them in broad, medium or fine point.
For signatures, try the fine point.
Get one and try it out - they're not expensive.

Terry.

OnTERRYo

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limeyzen Silver Member Nikonian since 27th Aug 2011Sat 27-Oct-12 12:37 PM
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Don't know about pens but when I used to have my woodwork in galleries I sometimes ran into restrictions, especially when it was for sale and often as part of my contract with them, regarding the proximity of other galleries I could use. So, if photography is the same there is no problem with having one's work in several galleries absent restrictions required by the gallery owners. Ask!

Visit my Nikonians gallery.

  

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