I shoot commercially and often just as a hired camera so releases have always been handled for me. I am looking to expand into art print sales and have a question about this particular print I'd love to sell;This image was taken from the parking lot (shared access with some industrial buildings) of a railroad museum that's listed as a non-profit entity. The tracks shown mark the division between parking access and public street. It contains a steam train that was on loan for a short period to do public runs up and down a stretch of track owned by the museum. I believe it is also owned by a not for profit entity. I also have other images of this train I'd love to sell.
The Model T is privately owned and belongs to a member of a local antique car club that happened to come by for a visit. They were not part of the day's activities. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
This is a very popular image among my friends and acquaintances but have some questions about property releases. I feel I might need a property release for three elements in this image; the train, the station/museum and the car.
Can anyone please shed some light on this?
Thanks in advance.