Image Terms

Image Crop

  • Full Frame (Full Frame) - Image displayed represents the entire image as originally captured. For 35mm slides, the entire area inside the slide mount.
  • Greater than 75% (>75%) - Greater than 75% of the image originally captured
  • Less than 75% (<75%) - Less than 75% of the image originally captured

Digital Enhancement

  • None (None) - Other than cropping, minor tonal/contrast adjustments, cloning removal of dust spots and sharpening, no post-shutter digital enhancement
  • Digital Retouch (DR) - Minor digital touch-up work, including all of the above plus cloning removal of red eye, lens flare and other imperfections of the photographic capture process
  • Digital Composite/Illustration (DC/I) - Extensive digital enhancement, including all of the above plus composites of multiple images, cloning removal of elements in the original scene, etc. Image remains a realistic illustration (not Photo Art).

Property Release

  • Not Applicable (NA)
  • Yes (Y) - Owner of property who capitalizes on its notoriety has granted permission for commercial use of the image
  • No (N) - Property release not obtained or unavailable

For additional information on property releases, refer to Rohn Engh's book Sell and Re-sell Your Photos.

Model Release

  • Not Applicable (NA)
  • Yes (Y) - Photographer in possesion of model release
  • No (N) - Model release not obtained or unavailable

For additional information on property releases, refer to Rohn Engh's book Sell and Re-sell Your Photos.

Captive

  • Not Applicable (NA)
  • Yes (Y) - Any creature in a zoo, game farm, cage, net, trap or in drugged or tethered conditions
  • No (N) - Any creature having the freedom to go anywhere at will


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