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magicgeorge
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On 2010-08-02 14:50, TheDean wrote:
Just my .02 cents worth here, but two simple things:


Sorry, but this is just one of those things that I have to say even though it makes me look like an ass:

It's either .02 dollars worth or 2 cents worth unless your opinion is worth 1/50 of a cent.

Thanks.
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Hehehehehe... thanks!
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It could certainly be possible that the Walmart photo studio in Canada is different than in the USA. That`s certainly a cheap offer if they are actually trained to do a decent job. However, you only get one pose.
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Just be certain that you get "unlimited usage" of the photos you're purchasing and a signed release from the photographer.

You'll especially need this for if/when you are having the photos printed. Walmart/Target/Costco where ever you have the photos printed will most likely ask you for a signed release from whoever took the photos.
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On 2010-08-03 12:35, M Sini wrote:
Just be certain that you get "unlimited usage" of the photos you're purchasing and a signed release from the photographer.

You'll especially need this for if/when you are having the photos printed. Walmart/Target/Costco where ever you have the photos printed will most likely ask you for a signed release from whoever took the photos.


Yeah that is good info. I would hope it would not be a problem since they named it a "Business Photo" though.

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I did not bother to read all the post but for the original post.

I just updated my photos from a professional photographer (she is a true artist - not the sears, jc penny type) sitting fee was $150

We spent 3 hours takeing photos.

8x10 made from original negative $50

Yes negative not the diggy stuff - old school- she does wonders!
Edith
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So far I got all my pictures done for free through TFP. If you get lucky, you can get excellent pictures. Just have a look at my website. http://www.MissEdith.de ;-)

Professional fotographers charge about 150-350€ around here.
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