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Why collect photographs?


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Re: Why collect photographs?


Buying someone else`s work is a bit of a taboo subject for photographers. However whilst vising a gallery in York i purchased a monochrome framed and signed print of a lakeland scene, because i know how good it is and how difficult it would be to make all the elements come together to create such a picture, "you pays yer money makes yer choice"
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I collect Martin Henson prints. Well I have one! It came as a prize for image of the month way back together with a canvas mount of my winning image.
Martin's is framed and proudly hangs on my office wall. Do you think it can be seen as an investment? emoticon

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