RE: You want 100 books?

From: Marie Wohadlo ^lt;>
Date: 03/23/05-08:56:53 AM Z
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Here, here. I wouldn't pay $30 to see an example.'s a question....can we some a few pages pulled off the press and
the book jacket instead of the whole compiled book? As long as the binding
and cover are suitable and/or well-represented on the website. Aye?

At 08:37 AM 3/23/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>What about organizing a group of people who are interested and sending a
>copy of the book around so we could all see it--in a similar manner as was
>done with the traveling portfolio? In this way those of us who are really
>interested can evaluate it. We could all chip in and pay for the one book,
>if that was deemed necessary. As with the traveling portfolio all who are
>involved would be responsible for mailing to the next person. Just a
>Gerry G
>-----Original Message-----
>From: []
>Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 6:28 AM
>Subject: Re: You want 100 books?
> >How's the quality?
>Dudley Harris, the person behind, sent me a copy of
>the first book off the presses. It's a book of his own photographs and
>the quality is what you'd call high in the four-color offset world. The
>dust jacket was also done well.
>One of the ways he keeps costs down is avoiding a press proof. You do get
>a highly accurate inkjet proof of one of your images. Needless to say,
>it's important that you prepare your images with an accurately calibrated
>monitor and such. He does provide a good tutorial that illustrates the
>limitations of four-color printing so you're less likely to freak-out
>when that favorite photo of your neon tetra fish comes back looking a bit
>For anyone trying to decide if they want to go this book route, you can
>purchase a copy of his book at the site. This isn't a scam to sell books;
>he simply can't give away hardcover books to everyone interested.
>And no, though I did help Dudley with some of the logistics in this
>project, I don't make a dime off sales.
>Hope this helps.
Received on Wed Mar 23 08:57:32 2005

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