For music buffs, Rock Paper Photo can’t be beat as a place to buy original prints at affordable prices, with artists ranging from Death Cab for Cutie back to French Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt. Many shots are rarely seen, such as Allan Tannenbaum’s candid of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, which starts at $150 for 8.5x11 prints, with signed 13x19 prints at $750. RPP’s subjects are not all rockers: The rich Columbia Records archive, from which an 11x14 print costs $300, contains images of earlier stars from genres including classical and jazz. The site also has categories for celebrities, sports figures, and art and fashion personalities—so if you’re a photographer who has access to the elite, upload 50 images and wait for curatorial approval. The site invites “guest curators” to pick faves from the archive, so you get rock-and-roll through the eyes of, say, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash. Some selections are shown as a group, such as Remembering Lou Reed, a tribute to the late rocker; 11x14 silver prints of Reed by Mark Hanauer, Andrew Kent, and Steve Emberton go for $400 to $600. A new collection of unseen Beatles pictures by Henry Grossman includes 11x14s for $500. Our advice: Don’t think twice and pick up an 11x14 black-and-white variation of Don Hunstein’s cover shot for The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan for just $300.