Retrospace Big Book #2: Movie Posters
If you're like me, you sometimes like to curl up with your Nook or tablet and just look at some pictures. That's sort of my idea behind making some of these "books". I'll actually be reading this one tonight: a collection of over 300 vintage movie posters. I'm looking forward to it, and I hope you get some enjoyment from it as well.
Note: Longtime readers of Retrospace know that I never watermark an image. I've spent countless hours over the years scanning hundreds and hundreds of images, and never stuck a watermark on anything - the reasons for that, I'll cover maybe in another post. However, I did not scan these posters myself, and each came to me with an annoying watermark in the corner. Rather than going through the trouble of getting rid of them (which would take forever, and I'd probably give myself a stroke cursing like a sailor), I stuck a Retrospace watermark over them. I just wanted to let you know this so you wouldn't think I'd suddenly decided to act like a dick and stick my stupid watermark on everything. The only time I can see the validity in sticking a watermark on an image is if you created it yourself or you purchased the rights to an image. Otherwise, quick sticking your annoying shitty watermarks on images you didn't buy or make yourself!
(whew) There. I said it.