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Thursday, January 11, 2007

New Photo Request!!!!!!!1-11-07

Yesterday we wanted a calm, tranquil editorial photo of a person riding a bike in London.

Today we want the opposite.

A car manufacturer's North American ad agency needs two pictures.

Firstly, one of people in a hurry in a busy city setting. The shots can be of people in cars, walking, riding bikes etc. The feel the image must convey is, "I'm in a hurry here, people".

Secondly they are also interested in an image that is in stark contrast to that - someone very much relaxed and taking time out in a city setting.

Of course the cities must be recognizably North American, and as these are for advertising use you MUST HAVE CLEARANCES; i.e. MODEL RELEASES for every recognizable face in the picture.

Upload data:
1. DEADLINE: Tuesday January 16th 2007; 12:00 noon GMT
2. FILESIZE: 300dpi, colour. Pixel dimensions >3510 x 2480, to print at foolscap.
3. CODE KEYWORD: BMWNYC (input this among all your other apposite keywords describing the image in full and NEVER use the Code Keyword as your only keyword.)
4. CATEGORISE UNDER: Society> Culture

You may have already uploaded something suitable to fotoLibra, in which case please add the Code Keyword BMWNYC to your existing keywords.

Do remember that the only way you can make your pictures available for consideration by the buyers in any Picture Call is to upload them to the fotoLibra site and to include the special Code Keyword among your other keywords. Please do not mark these images as Royalty Free, and do not send them to me as there is nothing I can do with them - my opinion would be highly subjective and probably not helpful. Please also make sure that they always match or exceed the requested resolutions and file sizes.

Kind regards

Jacqui Norman