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Old 01-24-2013, 10:16 PM   #3
GlenBarrington
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The comment about illustrated books not doing as well as their print counterparts, seems quite believable to me. Particularly since any book that is heavily graphics oriented is likely to sell more to people who really want the best viewing experience possible.

And let's face it, print graphics can be VERY good when the publishers want it to be. Print graphics is probably at the very peak of its display capabilities, while e-graphics is still in its earliest, most basic, stages.

It is only natural for those looking for the best possible "eye appeal" to gravitate to paper. As a photographer, I wouldn't buy a photo book in its e version.

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