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Old Jul 8, 2005, 6:55 AM   #11
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Wow, gorgeous pics! Once again, that lady is stunning - you really captured her in a sensual way I think. I love #3 because you can see the curves and shape of the figure, the arch of her back off the ground. Beautiful! And of course the last one, the wet skin is always amazing :-)

I reaally love the Elmo one too. For some reason I find it very funny! I only wish it was composed a liiiitle to the left, to capture all of Elmo and less leading space. But nonetheless, awesome shots!!



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Old Jul 8, 2005, 12:25 PM   #12
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I agree all that matters is what each person sees and feels. Why I like the restaurant picture - it feels more than skin deep.
One again thank you for looking and commenting. There are more brighton Pictures at http://lovelife.smugmug.com/gallery/154127
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Old Jul 8, 2005, 12:35 PM   #13
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#2 is terrific!

BTW, did you get a release from all these people? You don't want to get sued do you?:G

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Thank you Hiroshi,

US law does not require a release if the following rules are adhered to:

The picture must be done in a public place and no monitory reward is gained from the picture.

The exceptions are celebrities or public officials. Their picture can be shot without permission and sold.


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I wonder how loose the definitions of "celebrity" or "public official" are?
If a woman appeared on Oprah once, is she a celebrity? Is a trolley driver or lifeguard a public official?
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These are great Images LoveLife but for me #3 is a gem its priceless and I mean that.


I knew you would like that one we have so many artistic tastes in common.

These are the two rejects.










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Old Jul 8, 2005, 1:14 PM   #16
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I wonder how loose the definitions of "celebrity" or "public official" are?
If a woman appeared on Oprah once, is she a celebrity? Is a trolley driver or lifeguard a public official?


This is my understanding of the law.



The woman on Oprah is a celebrity. After being in front of the TV camera, she is fair game for profit.

The trolley driver or lifeguards are people and their pictures cannot be used for profit.

A public official is one who is out in public view making speeches, shaking hands and should be accustomed to having photographs taken.
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