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Of course official photos are very expensive because the companies earn money with them. The only way to get a picture at a decent price would be to find someone who sells you a photograph he shot himself (i.e. the copyright) for publication for a few bucks. I do not think that there would be legal problems in this case although thaink pictures may have been prohibited at the concerts itself it would most probably be impossible to sue somoene for breaching this regulation after 50+ years.Quote
Sighuntyou have absolutely no idea the weeks that I have had in trying to resolve and find a "simple" answer to that question. To put it mildly, it has been a head splitter...Quote
This is the hardest question for me in the last 25 years
PS- I spent half of my day today speaking to a representative at Getty Images in an effort to procure a photo of the Stones in concert for the petition. There was so much red tape and cost associated to try to make this a reality that I had to go lay down to alleviate the headache I had....In the end, it was a waste.
That's exactly what I meant just translate "Getty Images" into "Getthe Image" and make millions
This week has been quite the education for me! But at the same time, I'm a very tenacious, patient and persistent individual, and just like the Professor alluded to above, there are ways that you can navigate around obstacles (LOL)!
PS- let's get this sucker to at least 1500 signatures!
still 180 to go.
This should also include the Nov 26th Baltimore show as that was recorded by the band and is the source of Love in Vain on Ya Yas. (And maybe SFM too)
Those four shows (Baltimore + the three NYC shows) represent the peak of rock and roll.
i think you should wait a month or two and rally our supporters and allies together for one last big push on the relevant sites and social media for signatures
then see where we're at and decide
but your petition your choice