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another sort of strange question


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pasknucklehead Silver Member Nikonian since 05th Feb 2008
Wed 06-Jun-12 05:27 PM

Hi again ladies and gentlemen.
Well, just did about 25 new waterdrop notecards that the lady from the art gallery requested from me. Time consuming to say the least.
But here is my question, when her and I met, (the owner of the art gallery) she advised me that I should sign my name directly on the photos as she says this makes them more valuable,,,(uhhuh), so I just sat and signed all 25 cards. But my question is this, I do my enlargements and prints through mpix, which automatically puts my copyright on each and every one of them on the back. So what would be the reasoning for signing even these small notecards directly on the picture. I, personally, think it takes away from my drops. Maybe it's just me..Let me know what you all think...thanks friends.


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