Back in the days of film, contact sheets were produced by laying negatives directly on photo paper, exposing to light and developing. The resulting sheet of images would then be used to select the images that would be reworked into final prints. Digital technology has eliminated the film, darkroom and chemicals, but the concept with this digital contact sheet is still basically the same. These images have received an initial color balance, exposure adjustment and have possibly been cropped, but they have not been fully reworked for printing. Our goal with this contact sheet is to identify the images that will receive additional time and effort to prepare for printing or other electronic uses.

The easiest way to collect, and compare, the images is to add the images you like to your favorite list. If you are looking at the thumbnail page you can float your cursor over and image and click the select box. If you are looking at an image, float your cursor over the image and select Favorite from the menu that appears. Once you have selected the image you like, you can click Favorites on the top left of the web page to see only your favorites. The favorites view will allow you to rearrange and remove images from this list. When you final list of favorites is ready you can share it with me, your photographer, by clicking Share in the top right corner of the screen.

Thank you once again for allowing me to be your photographer and please call or email me if you have any questions at all.
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