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WHAT DO YOU WANT?

posted by amdavis, Apr 10, 2007 8:42 PM — 11 comments

As a graphic artist i know what it's like trawling photo sites looking for a certain image to compliment your work and keep your client happy.

It can be a labourious job and in the hectic world of design, time consuming and frustrating.

So come on, give me your requests and i will try to help you.

I look forward to receiving your requests.

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1. posted by asifnmalik, Apr 20, 2007 2:27 PM

I have been looking for photos of Baked (Jacket) Potatoes, I can never find decent ones. If you could help it would really appreciated. Ps the Friday night special is great, any more like this?


2. posted by aureliafg, Apr 11, 2007 11:36 AM

do you have a (old) woman doing streching? ;-)


3. posted by johnsonwr, Apr 11, 2007 5:03 PM

I'm looking for history-related shots. Old records, journals, pictures of libraries, books even. A real challange is finding royalty free heritage shots - like photos of people in the late 18, early 19 hundreds.

Anything that can relate to genealogy or family history type stuff would be pure gold, as its hard to come by.


4. posted by bmxking100, Apr 14, 2007 1:39 AM

aureliafq thats a strange one what do you whant it for


5. posted by amdavis, Apr 14, 2007 12:37 PM

What kind of stretching did you have in mind????


6. posted by amdavis, Apr 14, 2007 12:40 PM

re: johnsonwr

Unfortunately i am unable to assist you in your quest for late 18 early 19 hundreds photos of people as my time machine is not working at the moment.

You could try Marty McFly or Bill and Ted as i know they have had access to time machines in the past, or was it the future????


7. posted by harritah, Apr 15, 2007 8:50 PM

I am always on the look-out for photos of career people (i.e. a judge, a lawyer, an airline pilot, stewardess, etc.), photos that represent wealth (i.e. wrought iron gates, mansions, expensive antique cars, cigars, shot of a stocks/bond at an angle, coins, stack of US money, etc.), I have use for photos of same-sex couples in conversation at coffee tables, meetings, etc. My clients are real estate agents who sell frequently to very high class people, sometimes more mature investors, or even same gender clients who are buying their first home. I seem to find very "trendy" photos and not traditional, conservative photos that could be well used for investment or major purchase type persons. Does that help? Thanks, Harritah (ritaharris@cbba.com)


8. posted by amdavis, Apr 20, 2007 8:08 PM

Hi Asif,

Glad you liked my pic, i also have a Saturday night special which may be of use to you?

I will take some jacket potato pics next time we have them for tea!


9. posted by kaptainJak, Apr 22, 2007 2:25 AM

I would like some decent pictures of me.

Everytime I try to take one, all I get is this old person looking back at me.

Cheers Mate.....


10. posted by crisderaud, Jun 9, 2007 7:10 AM

I like pictures of people doing blue collar jobs.


11. posted by lildragon, Sep 2, 2007 8:01 PM

Hiya Adam, I just have to say I love your pic of the dripping baby bottle. I'll be using it as a header for an article my wife has written on breast milk vs formula. I will of course credit you :)

Take care and keep snapping!

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