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The Lost Elephant
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Stop the Music!
The Classical Clown
Stop the Music!
Note: There is a poster for Stop the Music! on the Posters page of this section.
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  3. Choose a location to save the image; then click 'Save'.
  For help using these photos, please read the notes at the bottom of this page.
Color (RGB) Photos  


Stop the Music!

Stop the Music!

Size (inches) 7.5 x 12 3.75 x 6 7.5 x 12
Compressed 2.2 mb 640 k 268 k
Expanded 6.6 mb 2 mb 900 k
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Size (inches) 12 x 8 6 x 4 12 x 8
Compressed 2.3 mb 776 k 272 k
Expanded 6.9 mb 2.4 mb 900 k
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Prisoner of music

Prisoner of music

Size (inches) 8 x 12 4 x 6 8 x 12
Compressed 2.9 mb 932 k 320 k
Expanded 9 mb 2.8 mb 1 mb
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Permissions: All photos © copyright Dan Kamin. Permission is hereby granted for newspaper, periodical and brochure reproduction in conjunction with appearances by or interviews with Dan Kamin. All other uses please contact Dan Kamin.
Resolutions: The first two columns are 300 dpi files, intended for print. The third column lists files at 72 dpi, which can be easily viewed on screen and used on for web applications. The 72 dpi files will NOT reproduce well in printed form at their current dimensions.
File format:
All of these files are RGB or grayscale JPEGs saved from Adobe Photoshop at the highest quality settings. There should be no visible loss of data due to compression. They include previews.
File sizes: Compressed is the size of the file saved as a JPEG. This is the amount of data you will be downloading. The expanded size is how large the file will be when opened in a program such as Photoshop.
Usage: To use them, they should be converted to an appropriate file format. For example, it is not recommended that the color photos be used as JPEGs in print applications; CMYK Tiff or EPS files would likely be more appropriate.
Color, contrast, etc.: As with any supplied photography, you will likely need to make size, color, and sharpness adjustments for your particular usage.
Outlined vs. with background: The outlined photos (those with the backgrounds removed) are intended for use on white backgrounds. They do not, however, contain clipping paths, as this would have made including the shadows impractical.