Alley in Pisa, Italy

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When a photographer's work is used in a magazine, pamphlet, etc., it's natural that the photographer would want a copy to show as part of his portfolio.

I'm positive I've seen a name for this -- cut sheet, maybe -- but I'm getting goose-eggs on google. This should be an easy one for someone!

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It's called a tear sheet. Newspapers can usually supply this a a vector PDF but when my photo was published in a magazine, i only received the actual tear sheets and no digital files.

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Boom - that's it. Thanks! –  D. Lambert May 30 at 17:04

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