What are Dupes, tearsheets, and transparencies?

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  1. burstintoflame81

    burstintoflame81 TPF Noob!

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    What are Dupes, tearsheets, and transparencies? Also, when you caption pics to submit to a magazine or stock agency or whatnot, do you place the caption inside the metadata? Or do you attach a seperate file with caption info ?
     
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    Captions go in the IPTC portion of the metadata.

    Dupes = duplicates

    Tranparencies are made from film that capture images on a transparent base as positives, not negatives.

    Tearsheet is a term used by advertising agencies to denote a page cut or torn from a publication, to prove to the client, or photographer, that the advertisement/image was published.
     

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