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bgwalker
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Posted Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:31AM
I submitted an editorial photo of a consumer product which was rejected for a property release because it was shot inside a grocery store. It was a close shot of the project and not any part of the store was included in the photo.   Does anyone have experience with this? Thanks.
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Posted Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:16AM

No need for a property release, but you will need consent from the private property. When you upload your image, you are required to give the 5w's in your caption. Providing a full caption will most probable require you to state where the image was taken, thus requiring consent.


We can all come up with creative ways of captioning the image in a way where we don't have to mention the shop, but it will still make it an image taken on private property without consent.


 


 


 
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