C S Wimsey Posted January 20, 2015 Share Posted January 20, 2015 I have some images taken on nature reserves (e.g. RSPB Yorkshire Wildlife Trust). The images are of wildlife with no identifying features to tie the image to that particular property (Alamy guidelines for unidentifiable private property is that no release is needed). But the fact remains I was on that property when I took the shot. When I've spoken to representatives (even at the head office) of the relevant authorities who run the reserve they said that they had no problem with commercial photography on their sites "it happens all the time - everyone does it". My question - how do I go about placing the image on Alamy release wise. Do I say a property release is required and name the reserve where it was taken. Do I summarise my conversation with the reserve in the description field? From speaking to the RSPB for example, my understanding is that they do not prevent commercial photography on their sites - there is no restriction on commercial photography on their licence to enter the land. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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