Wednesday, August 04, 2004

How to order DMN prints

Images with © The Dallas Morning News belong to the company and will need to be ordered as directed below.

Images with © Mark M. Hancock are owned by me. Please see these instructions to order prints or purchase reproduction rights (print or electronic).


The Dallas Morning News reprint policy:

To order photo-quality reprints, the images must have been published in the newspapers (The Dallas Morning News, Al Dia or Quick) or posted at Images must have been shot by TDMN staff photographers or special contributors.
Please help us locate the correct image by including a clipping, photocopy or screen print of the image along with the publication date, section and page number.

Personal Use Prices
8x10 - $34.95 (unframed) or $110.00 (framed)
11x14 - $59.95 (unframed) or $150.00 (framed)
16x20 - $79.95 (unframed) or $200.00 (framed)
Tax and shipping is included in these prices.

Almost all images are available in color even if they were published in black and white.

Please send a check, made out to The Dallas Morning News, along with the requested image information to the following address:

Photo reprints
The Dallas Morning News
PO Box 655237
Dallas, TX 75265-5237

If preferred, has added an online order form for photo reprints. It's not real clear about how payment is transacted. I guess customers submit a print request and contact information and someone replies with availability (only DMN/Al Dia/Quick-generated images are available).

If you have additional questions, please call 214-977-8045

If you seek editorial or commercial reproduction rights, please contact 214-977-7993.


E said...

i'm liking the redesign. and i need to order prints - dallas pics, specifically - since I'm about to move out of state for a new job! Email me with any suggestions of nice shots I'll want to take with me.

Mark M. Hancock said...

If you want images of downtown, The DMN has a section called the Picture Store located at If you look around the photography section at, you can order any you see online shot by staffers. I would check out images from Jim Mahoney, Michael Mulvey and Allison V. Smith for sophisticated Southwest images. Erich Schlegel has some great Texas images in the system, but he doesn't have a portfolio online right now.