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Generic Interior shots. Property release?


Richard Harding
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Hi all

 

First time poster on here so value your knowledge.

 

I have photographed a generic interior shot of a doorway with nice lighting and angles at a public art gallery in Colchester, Essex. There are no people or signage or artworks in the image, just curved walls, angled door and shadows with varnished floorboards. It is more of an architectural shot. It would only be recognised by staff members as it’s not an exhibit. I won’t be adding the gallery name in keywords or captions at it is not intended to be uploaded in connection with the gallery, only as an interesting composition. 

So do I still need a property release as it’s more of a RF image? 

 

Thanks 

Richard

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you would need a property release to indicate that you have a property release.  

 

Beyond that image can be uploaded as:

RF

Does it include property:  "Yes"

Do you have a signed release for Property?  "No"

 

 

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