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by Stuart Greenberg
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Monday, August 19, 2002

  1. Do you sell prints of your pictures?
    • I've been giving this a lot of thought. While my HP printer might be good enough for the prints I produce for myself, friends and family, I am reluctant to sell photos printed on it. I am researching services that do professional printing and hope to settle on one soon. Send an e-mail to me at to let me know you are interested and I will e-mail back the details once they are settled.

  2. The large versions of your pictures are around 640x480 resolution. Is that their native resolution?
    • No. The original photos were shot using the highest resolution available on the cameras. For the Nikon 950 it is 1600x1200 pixels. For the Nikon 995 it is 2048x1536 pixels. Edited photos and artwork may have different resolutions due to cropping and editing. I have blown them up to 8x10 inch prints with excellent results. I intend to offer 16x20 and larger prints when I can get them professionally printed.

  3. Some of your links lead to commercial sites. Do you get paid by these companies to promote their sites?
    • Yes and no. Several companies offer an "affiliate program" to their customers. This means that if I refer a customer to them and the customer makes a purchase I get a commission. So, yes, I do get paid something to promote these products and services. However, I am not on the payroll of any of these companies and do not have to promote any product I don't personally recommend. If your experience with any product or service proves to be different than my own, please let me know and I will reconsider recommending it.

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