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Shooting a store front???

 
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Jan 15, 2007 00:11 |  #1

There is a little antique store in town here that keeps calling for me to photograph it. Whenever I am downtown near by, I tend to stop by looking at different angles to shoot it. Well, this weekend, I think I found the shot. But I have a few questions before I go off and start shooting someones store front... :D

I plan on speaking to owner of the store about the photograph, just to be courteous. But there are also some local photo competitions and stuff that I sometimes put photos in, and if this shot turns out, it may be one that I will. Should I get a release of some sort signed before doing this? And if so...where would I find a document of this type?

Thanks for any help... :D


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Jan 15, 2007 00:19 |  #2

It's probably not a bad idea. If you do a search on Google with "photographic release form" you will get a bunch of samples which you can modify to your specific purpose. They don't have to be very long or complicated unless you have some very specific restrictions.


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Jan 15, 2007 00:26 |  #3

Interesting coincidence - this afternoon I took about six shots of an antique store near me. But I won't be entering it in any competition, so am not worried about a release.


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