As I understand it, a property release can only apply to commercial uses, say in advertising or a brochure, but not to editorial or fine art uses. Someone can demand a fee for a property release if you wanted to sell photographs of the property to a stock agency, but not so if you are documenting the property for a magazine article or are using the property as part of an artistic composition that is an end in itself, rather than for the purpose of selling something else. The photographer who photographed the R&R Hall of Fame could sell posters or fine prints, for instance, but I doubt that he could sell the image to a record company for use in advertising without risking some liability.