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#1 Riccardo

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Posted 15 February 2017 - 01:32 PM

Dear all,

 

i would like to upload some old photos (some of them more than a century old!) but i don't know which requirements do i have to respect in order to avoid to be rejected.

 

In particular i wolud like to know if there is a quality guideline and how to manage permissions and release form (how to behave when the subject is passed away long time ago and i don't know who his/her family members are?) and so on. Can you help me?

 

Best regards

Riccardo

 

 


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#2 spacecadet

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Posted 15 February 2017 - 02:46 PM

If the reportage/archive button is live in your image manager then you already have permission. They bypass QC.

If not just ask MS, point them to the images on a website and they will decide if they qualify.

If you don't have releases just list as RM.


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