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Who owns the copyright of these photographs?
Each individual photographer or contributor owns copyrights of their individual photographs. Nepal Picture Library and the Peace Corp Nepal History Project has agreements with individual copyright holders who have very kindly given them the license to sell these photographs as part of this fundraiser.
I live in Nepal. How can I buy a print and get it delivered?
Add prints to your shopping cart. Select Purchase in Nepal by Cash/Check as Payment Method. You can pay directly at Photo Circle, Arun Thapa Chowk, Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur, Phone: +977 1 5013501. Your print will be ready within 7 working days after your payment is received. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have specific requests. We will email or call you to arrange delivery. We are happy to offer free delivery within the Kathmandu valley!
Can I pay via Paypal?
Can I put in a super duper urgent order?
If you live in Nepal, and have a flight to catch tomorrow, email us at email@example.com and write URGENT in the subject line and we will try our best! Absolutely minimum time frame to produce a print will be 24 hours on working days.
Do the prints come framed?
Shipping frames is expensive. We are selling frame-less prints only. However, if you live in Nepal and need help to get frames made, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we are happy to help.
Can I order a print that is bigger or smaller that the standard size?
Yes, please email us at email@example.com and let us know about your specific needs.
How is the quality of the photos?
The quality of the photos is surprisingly good considering they were made from film and slides that were digitized many years after being kept in storage. Some photographs are slightly out of focus, others grainy- all adding to their charm. Apart from some clean up work, mainly removal of negative scratches, no changes have been made to the photographs.