Wasn't sure the best place to put these questions. I've been asked to pull toghether some prints to put up for a display. I have a friend who says the lower level of a small store is used as a gallery for everyday people like myself. They said inexpensive frames and something under the prints to reference them is what they want. So, I let 2 people pick pictures out as I'm sure I see them with a different set of eyes. What I found was that while many may be nice, in focus etc, good for my office where people come in and ooouu and ahhhh, they are not what I would think the public at large would appreciate nor purchase for wall use anywhere else. With that off to Michaels and AC Moore for some inexpensive frames as the requester said he wanted 30+ pics. Question 1, what do you think about frames without mats? There's a good deal on 4-packs of simple black wall frames. ($15 w/o any sale/coupons, this week they are $10 and next week 40% off). Another friend belongs to Costco and their printing prices are too good. She says she likes the quality so she helped me out with that ($1.49 for an 8x10, 30 some cents for 5x7). Kodak is $2.99 for an 8x10 and my friend from a camera store can only do $2.49 per print. You can see where this could quickly add up for someone not making a living with their photos. Second question, what might they mean about the blurb under the photos? What would be the best way to handle that? I was thinking 3x5 cards on the plain side but I couldn't type on those. I'm sure you can straighten me out of some of this. Thanks for the help.