Eye Prefer Paris postcards

Eye Prefer Paris Postcards

Last week photographer Richard Nahem launched his Eye Prefer Paris Postcards Service. After spending 10 years in the City of Light, savvy ex-New Yorker Richard jumped at the opportunity to produce this delivery service in response to the growing number of requests he received for his iconic Paris photography via his blog, Eye Prefer Paris.

Eiffel Tower Paris

Photo courtesy of Richard Nahem, Eye Prefer Paris


Each month, subscribers to the Eye Prefer Paris Postcard service will receive three unique postcards selected based on a specific Paris theme ranging from architectural street scenes to romantic outdoor cafes to beautiful gardens. Mailings will include two postcards in color and one in black & white or sepia, all carefully packaged in a special French Blue postcard holder.

Paris rooftops

Photo courtesy of Richard Nahem, Eye Prefer Paris

“Although postcards can be seen as old fashioned, they are a fantastic medium for capturing and sharing memories. We wanted to create a product that made iconic Paris photos accessible, sharable, and collectible.”

Eye Prefer Paris postcards

Photo courtesy of Richard Nahem, Eye Prefer Paris

Six month or annual subscriptions are now available for ordering Eye Prefer Paris Postcards at the Eye Prefer Paris Etsy shop.

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For more information, check out Richard’s blog at Eye Prefer Paris.

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