Is it better to go on without someone you are sure you need. Or should you wait.
I’m at a crossroads with the Pink Portraits for October project, and a very strict deadline with a heap of organising to do. And no official word from the officials source other hand “wait and see”.
For this to work we need:
- Photobloggers to group and work in teams, while spread out across the county
- A complete model release form (literally yesterday)
- Advance publicity about the photoblogging teams so that willing volunteers show up to be photographed
- Those willing models, who will also commit to buy the photographs
- Enough lead time to modify and print the photos
I’m sure I should be bothering HARO and a few of the PR guys for help.
Any tips on ways to get large groups of volunteers to show up?
Is an online model release form legally binding (a copy to read would be a good idea anyway)?
Would a facebook group (or 2 for each country) or myspace pages be a good idea?
Given that pinkforoctober.org exists, should I set up a site just for the portraits?
Of course doing any of these actions guarantees that any official support will just halt.
And all of this on our own. Or is it my own?
I’ll take all the advice I can get in the comments,
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