L. P. Skeen on sat 17 mar 01
Howdy again. As I have seen mentioned here, apparently the copyright =
for any photos stays w/ the PHOTOGRAPHER unless specifically transferred =
to the potter.
Because of this, if you are intending to submit a photo that you did not =
take YOURSELF with YOUR HANDS, you will need to get a release of =
copyright, or whatever that's called, permission from the photog to =
print your photo in the cookbook. I mention this now, so that you'll =
have time to get that taken care of before photo submission time.
If you are coming to NCECA and wish to submit a recipe and or photo to =
the cookbook, I will put a box for their collection in the Clayart room =
starting Wednesday. Please have your photo marked on the back or on an =
attached piece of paper with the following information:
Your name & email addy
Name of photographer - include permission to print if you did not take =
Date pot was made
clay, firing, and glaze info
size of piece
Title, if any
If your images are already on disk, they should be in jpeg format, and =
disk should be labeled as above.
Recipes should be on a disk, in MSWord format and my eyeballs prefer =
Arial font, no smaller than 12point. Label the disk w/ your name and =
email addy. Please TRIPLE CHECK your recipe for accuracy. Once upon a =
time I used a recipe from my Grandma's church cookbook to make =
strawberry shortcake. The recipe called for 3 TABLESPOONS of soda. I =
thought that was weird, but I did it anyway. Man that was some salty =
cake, with a lot of holes, all because somebody put the wrong "t" .
Place your photo and your recipe disk and your photographer's release in =
an envelope with your name on the outside. If you want your photos and =
disk back, include a SASE that will hold them. SEAL the envelope to =
prevent escapees! I'll get these back to you when we're finished if you =
include a SASE.
L. P. Skeen www.living-tree.net
Living Tree Pottery & Handmade Soaps
"I have to take my paycheck to the bank; it's too little to go there by =
Russel Fouts on mon 19 mar 01
>> If your images are already on disk, they should be in jpeg format, and
disk should be labeled as above. <<
Is there a prefered image size, color depth, etc for the jpeg? Do they plan
to be full/half/quarter/eight page size images?
My tendency would be to make them as big as possible with the most colors
possible. Jpegs are difficult to make bigger if they're too small.
The images I got from Marta for her guest page were big, over 500Kb (sent on
CD) and high resolution. A real pleasure to work with.
Mes Potes & Mes Pots
Tel: +32 2 223 02 75
Mobile: +32 476 55 38 75
Elca Branman on wed 21 mar 01
> If you are coming to NCECA and wish to submit a recipe and or photo
> to =
> the cookbook, I will put a box for their collection in the Clayart
> room =
> starting Wednesday. Please have your photo marked on the back or on
> an =
> Recipes should be on a disk, in MSWord format and my eyeballs prefer
> Arial font, no smaller than 12point. Label the disk w/ your name and
I do understand about the photos, but I am not clear as to whether they
are to be photos of the food, on, say a platter of your making, or could
the photo be of one's non food related pottery?
I also just learned about putting stuff on a disc..amazing what the side
benefits of membership in this particular merry band are!!
Elca Branman.. in Sarasota,Florida,USA
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