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Apr 21, 2006 06:41 |  #31

Looks a little strange here, but the print version is quite nice.
It always starts people into a coversation along the lines of 'where did you take that?' or, 'how do you do that'?

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Apr 24, 2006 00:40 as a reply to MattL's post |  #32

Here's mine that i still havnt printed yet...

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Apr 24, 2006 00:44 as a reply to sser's post |  #33

sser wrote:
Here's mine that i still havnt printed yet...

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I think that's a pretty cool idea, but you might want to flip the lens image so the writing show up correctly.


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Apr 24, 2006 00:49 as a reply to mgbeach's post |  #34

mgbeach wrote:
I think that's a pretty cool idea, but you might want to flip the lens image so the writing show up correctly.

Thanks i actually keep meaning to do that.


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Apr 24, 2006 09:07 as a reply to sser's post |  #35

You might want to use a lens that is nicer than the cheapest lens that Canon makes as well :)




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Apr 24, 2006 12:50 as a reply to Digitalwave's post |  #36

Shane I love your card I think its very creative and it just grabs you.
Now I guess the lens is only backwards by the way you look at the pic say if its on the camera looking thru this would be the right way right?

I love the creativity of this Business card. Mine that I am designing is so plain compared to yours.


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Apr 24, 2006 16:32 |  #37

IMAGE: http://www.warrenwilliams.co.nz/card.jpg
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Apr 24, 2006 16:38 |  #38

These are my cards..pretty simple...the images need to be bigger so on the next run of cards Ill probably change the images and make them a little larger. Im also thinking of doing a back next time with some pricing info..but we'll see.

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Apr 24, 2006 16:46 |  #39

I wouldn't be sure about pricing info on the card. Unless you don't mind reprinting each time your prices go up? They're cheap enough anyway. Mine were around US$100 for 1000. 3-4 times cheaper than anything else local with clickbusinesscards.com


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Apr 25, 2006 22:25 |  #40

this is a general comment and not directed at anyone, but why do a few people have pictures of themselfs on there own card?


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Apr 25, 2006 22:52 |  #41

My women helped me design this. Im just starting out in photography so I wasnt worried about spending alot of time on the design. Its a start I guess. The back is blank and printed on 80lb stock. Still working on a template type html site. My brother is designing a flash site for me.

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Apr 25, 2006 23:04 as a reply to Mark0159's post |  #42

nzl-g3user wrote:
this is a general comment and not directed at anyone, but why do a few people have pictures of themselfs on there own card?

Mine is there, because it's the same as my site design. And it was on my site, as I felt it needed a subtle personalisation with me behind the camera in it. The response amongst the couple of hundred cards I've given out this year, has been really good.


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Apr 25, 2006 23:30 |  #43

I think it's fairly normal for folks to have there photos on business cards.. It's normal for lots of different professions.. but I love the originality of the photographers portraits.. Definately a lot more interesting than a picture of the Real Estate agent...

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Apr 28, 2006 09:32 |  #44

I usually only order 250 cards at a time, this allows me to come up with new designs constantly..and allows for easy price upgrades.. :) Here is a redesign of the above card that I am using for my next order.

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Apr 28, 2006 09:41 as a reply to rlhphotos's post |  #45

Front and Back
Rounded Corners
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