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Re: [at-l] emergency photo request
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> Okey doke . . .
> I'm seeking a photo donation
> (for purposes of illustration)
> depicting the Kennebec crossing
> with wave-riding hikers a-tossing
> to print in the ATN (Sept)
> which might otherwise look most inept.
> I need it at high resolution
> to provide proper print execution.
> (The dpi rez is three hundred,
> in case you're among those who wondered.)
> With all these criteria met, it
> could earn you a new photo credit.
> --Rhymin' Worm :)
> Pat Villeneuve <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Can you do that in rhyme, please?...;->
> Give Me Chocolate
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Help help.
> > Does anyone on the list have a good photo of someone crossing the Kennebec on the canoe ferry that I could use in Appalachian Trailway News? It would need to be digitized and emailed to me. It should be a fairly high-resolution scan (ideally at 300 dpi at 100 percent of the original photo size) to reproduce well. I'll be happy to credit you in the magazine.
> > Robert Rubin
> > ATC
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