Q AND A

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If you have a question please e-mail me at [bigsteve@redandblackzone.com]. However here are some general q´s and a´s.


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Can you explain the image ID you use in the galleries?

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When you click on a thumbnail in one of the galleries and get the enlarged image an ID appears above the photo. If the ID disappears just click on the image again to make it reappear. Breaking the ID down:

sl = Steve Little | the first number is the date e.g. 20120401 = 1st April 2012 | the next number is the important one and is unique to each image | the rest is just a description mainly for search engines.


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What's this print to metal thing?

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It's just that. Not a print to photographic paper with a metal finish it's actually a photographic print to aluminium. They are really good for interior design and there are other options to those that I have listed. If you're really keen [CONTACT] me. If you want to see the effect I currently have some sample prints on order, so [CONTACT] me and hopfully I'll have them with me on match day.


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What´s the two prices quoted for the canvas prints about?

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The lower price is framed with the print only on the front face. The higher price is framed with the print also wrapping around the frame edges.


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Why the different colours on the thumbnails in the galleries?

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The software I mainly use for developing photos is called Photoshop Lightroom. Part of my workflow is to identify the different grades of Rugby League I take images of and so I have assigned different colours within Lightroom to the different grades as follows:

BLUE = NSW CUP | GREEN = S G BALL | YELLOW = HAROLD MATTHEWS


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Why is the image on disc soooooooo expensive?

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You're not just paying for the physical disc. The full image on disc lets you make as many prints and as large a print as you wish forever. I'm effectively giving away my copyright of the image to you.