Will be working on a shoot for TFCD soon. I have created a model release form but after further reading some threads here about release forms I have to rewrite my form.
The model and I have agreed that I will provide her with a CD with images of the shoot.
When I provide the CD what is the rule of thumb or ethical size for providing the jpg. Do I provide the full size jpg the camera produces or do I crop down to a smaller size? This will be for portfolio use.
Also, for web use, is there another size I have to provide for her to upload to model mayhem or facebook? Should I put my logo on the pictures used for web? I have seen some of her photos online with no logos from other photogs.
I read threads that photog's place their logos (i'm thinking this is the watermark i've seen on some threads) on all photos, on a few photos and not at all. Is this a good idea? Does it make it look tacky besides giving me exposure?
Reason why I ask is because I am in a photography group and we do photo group shoots of a few models. Previously I have provided the full jpg size and no logo of mine. But after doing much reading now I'm wondering if I was wrong in providing full size jpg. Is there a procedure to follow. This shoot will be the first without the group.