MizBrown Posted July 30, 2017 Share Posted July 30, 2017 I took down photos that I'd taken in Mexican museums. Most had people observing art work or being in juxtaposition with it (one contemporary Mexican had the same profile as the archaic paintings). I emailed for how permissions work and was quoted something like a $600 fee (if in Mexican pesos, that would be a little under $40 US, so do-able if that, not if in US dollars, but the reply was in Spanish). I may see if I can get retroactive permission for the photos, but think the better course might be to do it the right way from the beginning, and simply not take photos to offer on Alamy if the price is ridiculous. Am I being too scrupulous? One of my pictures was showing up on the first page in searches for the National Museum of Anthropology. Has anyone else gotten a permit to shoot there or at the other museums in Mexico City as a professional photographer? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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