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Old 6th March 2010, 07:12 PM
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If you want to raise any questions about FADU 2010 then please do so in this thread.
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Old 1st May 2010, 09:10 AM
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I have been asked if the submission of prints stuck to backing sheets are acceptable, the answer is yes, provided the backing sheet does not exceed the maximum paper size of 40cm x 50cm and the print size conforms to that given in the rules.

Please note the following rule amendment to clarify print borders required.

Whatever the size of your prints they must have a minimum of a 2cm plain border around the image area to allow for the matt overlap. The print will be displayed with a 1cm plain border visible between the image and the matt.
The rules posted for download have been amended to include the above, please make sure that you have the latest copy as HERE.
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Old 5th June 2010, 09:03 AM
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You may have notice our header banner giving a reminder that the submission date for entries is rapidly approaching.
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If the print itself had no border but was stuck on a white backing sheet such that there was 2cm of white around it-would that be OK?
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If the print itself had no border but was stuck on a white backing sheet such that there was 2cm of white around it-would that be OK?
Yes, provided the backing sheet does not exceed the maximum paper size of 40cm x 50cm and the print size conforms to that given in the rules.
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Old 6th July 2010, 09:42 AM
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Hi Dave,

Do I need to include a model release form if I submit a portrait of my son (age 22). If so, please could you direct me to a simple form that I can use. It may be a good idea to provide one on the forum that everyone could use?

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Old 6th July 2010, 12:09 PM
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Hi Dave,

Do I need to include a model release form if I submit a portrait of my son (age 22). If so, please could you direct me to a simple form that I can use. It may be a good idea to provide one on the forum that everyone could use?

Thanks

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I donít have a form, but just a simple declaration that briefly describes the picture and confirms that it is acceptable to submit it for display in FADU 2010 in accordance with the competition rules will suffice. It should be signed and dated by both the photographer and subject.
Does anybody have a suitable published form that we could use?
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This release is a standard form. That can be used by anyone as a starting point to producing there own.
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This release is a standard form. That can be used by anyone as a starting point to producing there own.
Thanks Mitch, that will do nicely.
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Do I need a model release form for photos of people on the street that I took several years ago?
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