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  • renato.calo.m@gmail.com
    November 12, 2012 - 3:31 am | Permalink

    Goodmorning and compliments for your fine and pleasant blog.
    Thank to you, I have finally decided to start uploading images to iStockphoto and, if you let me, in order to do it properly, I would like to take advantage of your kindness and know how and ask you few questions:

    1) Usually when I shoot I end up with several different situations of the same subject (i.e. different color background, or different nature background, different posing, vertical or horizontal size, different composition, etc.). Is it possible to upload images of this same subject, as I described, at the same uploading time? I am asking you this, because a friend of mine, who is an iStockphoto contributor, is telling me that it is not convenient and it is better to wait between uploading.

    2) I have downloaded the software you suggested to use (DeepMeta) and I have seen that it allows you to save model releases, in order to apply them to the pictures. If I shoot pictures of the same model, in different locations and dates, do I have to make everytime a new model release, or can I utilize the one saved into DeepMeta?

    3) If for istance I find myself in a savage location, shooting the local tribe dancing around the medicine man, do I still have to use a model release? And if so, how can I convince somebody who only speaks Swaely and is seeing a white man for the first time, to read and sign the model release, which maybe I have in my iPad?

    Let me thank you in advance for your help and best regards.

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