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What does an "unmounted photograph" mean?

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Sweet Tea

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i think "unmounted" is just a regular photograph... no backing or anything on it like you were framing it. "mounted" photographs usually have a hard backing attached to it to keep it from wrinkling or curling in a frame.

if i'm wrong, someone please correct me. :)
 

lola

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one where you're not mounting someone else :D

seriously...mounting is like when you put it on a background before you frame it. i guess an unmounted photograph would be one that's not pasted/put onto another material to create a border
 

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Originally posted by lola
one where you're not mounting someone else :D

thank you for taking that one lola, it was eating me alive

huh huh, she said "mounted", huh huh
 

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Originally posted by lola
mounting is like when you put it on a back****** before you f**** it.

Yeah baby, yeah!
 

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oh behaiiiiivee. :D

Thanks so much, guys. :) You're awesome!!!

Tweetie
 

poloace

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guys-
i prefer mounting.
if given the option to mount or not mount... i mean, why would you not mount? and if you don't need alcohol to get it started.. .then shiz, i'd be mounting all over the place. west coast, east coast...
 
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