Affichés Wed Feb 1, 2012 11:33PM
I just wonder if there is an official word on the need to supply a property release for photos taken on car exhibitions like Bruxelles, Milan or Frankfurt IAA.
I can see quite a lot of those pics in the editorial section, whereas my uploads all got rejected.
Did all the accepted ones just come with a release or ist this again a situation, in which inspectors are maybe just a bit unsure what to take and what to reject?
Thanks for any info!
(Edited on 2012-02-01 23:44:54 by kickers)
Affichés Thu Feb 2, 2012 1:41AM
You will need consent when shooting on private property. Images within the collection all have press passes. This could be in the form of a scan of the actual pass, email with details of organisation, or a filled in property release.
Without any supporting documents files will not be accepted in Editorial.
Affichés Thu Feb 2, 2012 10:59AM
Ok, thanks, that makes it clear!
Affichés Thu Feb 9, 2012 7:51PM
How about a car show or track school that is on public land (city park) and no admission fee is charged? The events I have in mind are run by a car club but are within a city park and are open to the public.