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  1. I’ve been wondering lately how the “property” and “people” in photographs determine their sales and value. For instance in a street scene there is going to be property, the reality is that there always is property, unless you shoot clouds. Is government property, land owned by the government, in need of a property release? Are government buildings, which are considered public property, in need of a property release? Who would sign the release? Model releases seem a bit more straightforward with a few questionable concepts. I have some images of aboriginal African tribespeople
  2. Greetings Marianne, I also have to search for underwater "critters" identification and have several ID sites bookmarked. I have less that ten images of lichen - macro images dating back a few decades and have never needed to ID them. I did a search for a lichen ID site and found this place called Lichens USGA There were several sites, this one being the first I opened. It seems a bit tedious to search but it does appear to have quite a detailed database with close-up and macro images. There were several other ID sites - some in specific regions of the US. Goo
  3. I inadvertently entered a pseudonym thinking it was something else about the subject of the image I was submitting. Later, I realized the actual function of the “pseudonym” was regarding the contributing photographer and attempted to delete the pseudonym I had created in several different ways, even using the method described in the PDF instructions, to no avail. The false pseudonym prevails. I thought of deleting the image with which the pseudonym is associated but would rather not go through the process of resubmitting an image. Is there a way to delete the pseudonym? Gary Schimelf
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