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Jun 12, 2017 21:45 |  #1

Ok, I have been offered a press pass to shoot some pics at an Sec game this upcoming year. I have shot many high school games and know where to go and where to not go! I have two questions: where can I find any rules or "do's and don'ts" for the game about where to be or not to be. Question 2 is, the images I shoot will be mine. The person I am shooting for is a friend who owned a newspaper and is letting me shoot for him. He will use the images for the paper, but can I give the images to friends who really like the teams? Or is there some sort of Sec violation that I am committing!

Sorry for the ramble, but any thoughts or directions are greatly appreciated!


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Jun 14, 2017 10:17 |  #2

My guess is, if the press pass is issued from the SEC the pass will contain the do's and do nots. If your friends newspaper has a blanket pass from the conference, then he should be able to tell you the rules.

I'm sure the SEC has a press office that you can reach out to for these answers as well.


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Jun 15, 2017 19:36 |  #3

LINYBIMMER wrote in post #18378213 (external link)
My guess is, if the press pass is issued from the SEC the pass will contain the do's and do nots. If your friends newspaper has a blanket pass from the conference, then he should be able to tell you the rules.

I'm sure the SEC has a press office that you can reach out to for these answers as well.

Great idea, thanks!


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