Photo for menu halp please

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  1. den9112

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    Hi, could someone out there please help . I am in the process of authoring a dvd from my schools year 5/6 nativity play ,the problem ihave is that we do not have any photographs of the children due to legal reasons . I am looking for a photo of a nativity scene that i can re size in adobe photoshop 720x576 so i can use it for a active menu in adobe encore . Can any one advise or help . Thank you
     
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    What is the world coming to.. not allowing photos of a childrens nativity.

    Anyway, I would probably try Flickr - look for images which arent copyrighted etc and ask the owners permission, you should be able to find something and someone who will let you use an image for free.
     
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    Thanks , we are allowed to do the video footage (in conjunction with OFFSTED) . We then send out disclaimers to parents for permission for use of cameras to take photos of there child (if they are in the play) if just one parent objects then we are not allowed photography . were will i find these photos . Thanks
     
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    If you go to flickr.com and use their search you should be able to find quite a few photo's under "Nativity" or some other keyword. Then you will need to contact the owner of the photo (may need to sign up for an account for this) and ask permission. I can't see many people objecting if its for non-profit use.
     
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    How about just taking a video still and blurring it out.....if you do it right that would work well. ;)
     
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    Thanks a lot , i found quite a few that i could use .
     

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