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Mar 4 08 8:15 PM
Mom of Twins with Pins!
Quote:Now that you're talking frames: Are you just using regular frames and not shadow boxes? How are you working with the posts assuming you're using regular frames...
Mar 4 08 8:21 PM
Quote:i was wondering when you buy your frames, do you already know what you have in mind as far as a frame's looks before you buy it? Or do you buy a frame and then compare to different pins that could be housed in it?
Mar 6 08 9:27 PM
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Mar 8 08 11:24 PM
Quote:What size photo backgrounds do you print out - are they 4x6?
Mar 19 08 5:18 PM
Godmother of Pins
Use the word Disney and make sure you have the international sites unblocked. Alot of my stuff is from Disney Japan websites.
Mar 19 08 6:08 PM
Mar 23 08 8:36 PM
One thing I'm having trouble with is getting the pins to stay in place when they are heavier pins. I'm using the metal backs, but they still move
some after I get everything done, then I have to open it all back up and reposition them! How do you keep them in place?
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Apr 26 08 9:21 AM
Professor of Pinology
Apr 27 08 11:20 AM
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Jul 11 08 12:55 AM
Please keep in mind that while yes you can get great deals on printing that you make sure that you are not asking the photo shops to print ANYTHING that is
copyrighted as they will NOT do it. Before you save a whole bunch of pictures you may want to take in one or two and see if they are eligible for printing.
I was advised by Walmart that they face fines of $10K per image they print for copyright infringement. I spoke with the manager there and she said that
unless you can prove ownership of any photo or image that you request them to print they can and will deny anything that they deem a risk.
Case in point I asked Walmart to print this pic of my daughter as a Christmas card...
They called me and said they could not reprint a studio print due to copyright issues. I advised them it was a photo that I took myself. THe manager asked me
to bring proof of that to the stoe in order to get the cards released to me. So I took out my memory stick and printed this photo...
I took it to the store and was able to show them that it was in fact a snapshot that was cropped so they released the Christmas cards to me.
They can not and will not take any chances with copyright laws. Thank Goodness!
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