Phonostage Posted November 25, 2017 Share Posted November 25, 2017 HI - I have a large photograph - a Knebworth outtake photo of Led Zeppelin that wasn't used in the Knebworth programme. I know that there are quite a few outtakes, having Googled around a bit and having looked on this forum, most notably the half-clad Robert Plant.. but I haven't seen this particular one. Jimmy Page looks great on it - it would not have been chosen because John Paul Jones is shoe-gazing. My question is how did this photo come to be? If it was rejected why are they out there? Were there many copies of each? Have I got a one-off or were loads then printed out? I haven't removed this one from the frame it is in to see if it is on Kodak paper or anything, it certainly isn't an inkjet print, the quality is too high to have been taken from a picture on the internet and printed - also it is a large print and I know what interpolation looks like... If anyone can help me to understand these things I would be very appreciative.. Please note - this photo was taken at Knebworth - not in my kitchen! Thanks Tony Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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