Mirco Vacca Posted September 10, 2013 Share Posted September 10, 2013 Hello everyone! I was wondering myself. I have couple of editorial shots where you can not recognize the place of shooting. For example: A man with a Nike t-shirt calling with a I-Phone where the shape has trademark issue. This image will be only usable for editorial. Now my question. How would you put the caption? The background are just some trees that could be everywhere taken. So is it better to put a general caption like "Young man using a I-Phone" or would you advice to put anyway also the country and date in the caption? I would think it is better to not add it because it looks anyway a general image and maybe the change of sale is higher when i keep it as a general. What do you think? Thanks in advance! Mirco Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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