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    Re: Imaging-themed source for business cards

    Arne, thanks. On Moo did you need to lighten black and white images for the reverse side? I created a proof with Moo and it looks in the preview like the image will be quite dark. I searched online about this and it seems others have similar experiences.

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    Re: Imaging-themed source for business cards

    Quote Originally Posted by chassis View Post
    Arne, thanks. On Moo did you need to lighten black and white images for the reverse side? I created a proof with Moo and it looks in the preview like the image will be quite dark. I searched online about this and it seems others have similar experiences.
    I seem to remember the darkening on the screen before the "photo enhancement" button, but I don't think I changed the image itself.

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    Re: Imaging-themed source for business cards

    Thanks again Arne.

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    Re: Imaging-themed source for business cards

    I've bought several thousand cards from 4 x 6. They look pretty good. I made up sets of cards with different images on them. 4 x 6 printed up a bunch of postcards as well for my last show - the postcards sold pretty well and I know some folks had them framed so I'd have to say it was all quite satisfactory.

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    Re: Imaging-themed source for business cards

    I've ordered business cards from gotprint.com and used their Gloss Coated Cover (C2S) with High Gloss UV.
    I uploaded images (text & color logo) in jpg/png and it looks awesome. 1000 cards for about $30 after shipping.

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    Re: Imaging-themed source for business cards

    Thanks again. I want/need a pre-existing template, and want the ability to put my own images on the back. A few of the sources suggested offer this, so now I need to put some time into this and see what is possible.

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