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    I have recently redesigned our business cards and sent them off to printers in Lithuania. ElegantePress.com is the company that we used and I'm very impressed and happy with the product. The tactile feel of the card is hard to describe but it's very organic and velvety.

    Shot with a single LP120 gridded from the left.

    ElegantePress, wallyD90, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ElegantePress 50 months ago | reply

      Really nice shot. Thank you Aurimas for posting our works :)

    2. Aurimas Adomavicius 50 months ago | reply

      Hah! :) Aciu. Kaip suradai nuotrauka? :))) Idesiu dar ir i firmos blog'a, tik neturejau laiko.

    3. Aurimas Adomavicius 50 months ago | reply

      Fotofiltrui - nezinau ar kas deda produktu fotografija ir dirbtinio apsvietimo zaidimus. Fotokudroje visada likdavau nesuprastas nes ten visi fotografuoja tik zolytes isblurintas arba nelaimingus seniukus.

    4. ElegantePress 50 months ago | reply

      Radau paieskoje flickr, ieskojau pagal "elegante press" ir rado gana aukstose vietose nes tavo account yra pro :)

    5. gagilas 50 months ago | reply

      Puikiai suprantam, su meile ne (uzdekit kas taga) NE

    6. Ryan O. Hicks [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      wow awesome letterpress.
      I want my next set to be letterpress, but they are so expensive.

    7. m_maxwell75 4 months ago | reply

      hi folks,i really commend ur good works,will like to contact u guys help and design my own brand cards,which includes my complementry cards and identity cards..i need d best.contact me via my gmail..on enomamaxwell@gmail.com 234 7033447118.tanx

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