Clemson Community Photography Project
1. Download the Photographer Registration Form, Photo ID Form, and Photo ID Tags Form. (These are Adobe PDF files and will require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
2. (Optional) Email the project director to discuss what you intend to photograph.
3. Print and complete the Photographer Registration Form. A new Photographer Registration Form is required for each photo day, as it lists the photos submitted.
Now make some photos. Day 4 photographs will be taken between 12:01am on Friday July 3 and 11:59 the same day. (In other words, you can start taking photos just after midnight Friday night and continue until midnight Saturday.)
4. Print and complete a Photo ID Form for each photo you are submitting.
5. Print enought copies of the Photo ID Tags Form for the photos you are submitting and the memory media that will hold the digital files for your photos.
6. Complete a Photo ID Tag for each photo and one for your digital media. Tape a Photo ID Tag to the back of each photo. Put your digital media in a zip-top plastic bag and staple a Photo ID Tag to the bag. (You only need one CDROM for all your photos, but each photo must be printed and tagged.)
7. Your submission package will consist of the completed Photographer Registration Form, a Photo ID Form for each photo, a photo (maximum 4"x6") of each submission with Photo ID Tag attached, digital media (flash drive, memory card or stick, CDROM, or DVD) containing full size files. Names of these files are entered on the Photographer Registration Form and Photo ID Form. Only one CD or memory device is needed. You must provide a Photo ID Form for each individual photo and corresponding Photo ID Tag on each individual photo.
a. You are limited to five submissions for each photo date unless prior arrangements have been made with the project director.
b. If you edit digital photos, do not reduce them in size or sharpen them. Submit full size unsharpened JPG or TIFF files only.
c. Editing that does not change the content or sense of the photo is acceptable. This means correcting exposure is OK, removing or inserting significant objects (like trees or people) is not. Be sure you save your original, unmodified photo file!
d. If a photo has a recognizable person or a person's private property in it, you could need a release (model or property, respectively) for the photo to be used commercially. See this page for more information.