26 Dec 10
Do you have “in concert” photographs of Eric Clapton? What about pictures of EC’s guitars / amps, handbills, advertisements, programmes or other memorabilia? Where’s Eric! invites you to help grow the online Eric Clapton Photo Gallery by submitting your best photos of EC and scans / pictures of Clapton-related memorabilia to [email protected]. Pictures and memorabilia from 1963 to 2005 are particularly sought. Photographic prints and other paper ephemera should be scanned at a minimum of 200 DPI. Digital photographs taken “in concert” or of memorabilia should be high-resolution; image files 500K and up preferred. Sending the original, unedited scan or photo is best. Include where and when you took the picture or a description of the item and your name so you can be credited. Items of memorabilia should be photographed individually. Only submit your own photographs or those you have the right to share. Do not send pictures you may have scanned from magazines or books or images you may have copied from other websites as they cannot be published due to copyright restrictions.
CLICK HERE TO EMAIL YOUR PHOTOS AND IMAGE SCANS TO THE WHERE’S ERIC! TEAM
Photographic prints and ephemera should be scanned at a minimum of 200 DPI. Digital photographs should be high-resolution; image files 500K and up preferred. Images from 1963 – 2005 particularly sought.
About the Where’s Eric! Eric Clapton Photo Gallery
In September 2010, the Where’s Eric! Eric Clapton Photo Gallery was launched with 1200 images from the 1960s to the present day. Since then, almost 600 more pictures have been added. In addition to fans’ "in concert" photographs categorized by decade, there are individual galleries of picture sleeves, posters and advertisements, concert tickets, programmes, VIP and crew passes, as well as galleries devoted solely to the Clapton / Winwood Concerts, the 2005 Cream Reunion, the three Crossroads Guitar Festivals and pictures of who reads Where’s Eric! Magazine. To view the Eric Clapton Photo Gallery, click on the button labeled "Photos" to go to main page of the section where each gallery is represented by a single image. Click on a picture to open the gallery and see all of its "thumbnail images". From there, clicking on any thumbnail image within a gallery will automatically open the full image in a "lightbox". Toggle between images in lightbox mode by hovering your mouse over the top right and top left of the picture until the > or < appears. Click the arrow to move to the next image in either direction. (By the way, lightbox works for all images on whereseric.com).