Quote Originally Posted by RAP
Hey ian, your comment is inflamatory and insulting. Misleading?

There was no intent to inflame or insult.

The fact remains. In many situations you do not need a release to publish.

I was going to use a story of a nice English cottage that sued for mis captioning in an editorial but the details were a little long and I didn't feel like researching it to make sure my facts were straight. The crawford example seemed straightforward enough for most people to get the point... hmmm

The size of a persons bank account or how famous they are does not change the law... or at least how we as photographers should approach it.

Stating that you need a release before you publish amounts to blatant misinformation. I'm sorry you feel insulted that I corrected this but... If you said the times for txp320 @ 1600 was 2.5 minutes in D76 at 50 F. I'd step up and correct you as well.