Digital and Chemical Photograph Preservation (Product Info)

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Steven S., Feb 4, 2004.

  1. Steven S.

    Steven S. Guest

    I am posting some brief and very useful information concerning a new
    product in the Photography Industry. The product by the name of
    ArtShield is a clear coating designed to protect and enhance the
    longevity of fine art, graphics and photographs (both chemical and
    digital). Artshield is totally non-staining and will not affect the
    colors or the material of the object being coated. It renders a
    photograph non-yellowing. This product is of long term benefits for
    both the professional and the hobbyist. For more details please visit
    the Artshield website at Please
    accept my thanks for your time and interest
    Steven S.
    E-Commerce Marketing/Sales Director
    Liquiguard Technologies
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    Steven S., Feb 4, 2004
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  2. My message to him:

    Steve me boy, you have just annoyed about 30,000 of the most active
    photographers around the world... Not an auspicious start...
    r.p.marketplace is the appropriate venue for your announcement... Most of
    the other groups, if not all, have a charter forbidding commercial
    advertising, ebay announcements, and any 'for sale' items that are not
    personal items offered to the newsgroup only...... Checking the newsgroup
    FAQ before posting commercial products or services will get you less

    Cheers ... denny
    Dennis O'Connor, Feb 4, 2004
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  3. Steven S.

    Tony Spadaro Guest

    Most coatings will slowly destroy the photograph or print underneath.
    You will have to provide a lot of proof that yours is different before
    anyone (other than the suckers we believe the spam on newsgroups) will be
    interested. I suggest you spray the stuff up your...
    Tony Spadaro, Feb 4, 2004
  4. Steven S.

    Deathwalker Guest

    Deathwalker, Feb 4, 2004
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