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Author Topic: 'Date of shoot' on property release for artwork  (Read 2225 times)

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« on: March 16, 2019, 00:58 »
I'm about to submit a property release for a drawing I did back in the 1990s. I do note that Getty will only accept release forms whose dates match the exif data on images. Of course this shouldn't be applicable to this particular submission since it's a drawing and not a photo taken with a digital camera. However, on the Getty property release, it says to include the shoot date under the photographer / filmmaker section. Should I put down the date that the drawing was made (in the early 90s) or the date when it was scanned (which would have been in the 2000s or later)? If I put down the date that I made the drawing, Ive got a feeling that I might get a rejection because it doesn't match the date of the scanning (when the file was created.) That would be ridiculous because I'm trying to be honest about when the artwork was created (when I did the drawing on paper) which would be the equivalent to the shoot date.

« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2019, 02:39 »
I would put the date of the scan. Make the Exif data match the release.

If there is a comment section while uploading you can add an explanation, that the drawing is from 1990, but was scanned in 2000.

« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2019, 05:41 »
You need a new release for every model for every day for every shoot now? I thought the EXIF only had to match for editorial. Is this new that I need a release date match for every day?


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