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Rachel + Anthony: Grand Central and Central Park Engagement

It is not unusual for people to stop and ask couples what they are getting their photos taken for during an engagement session. While I was photographing Rachel and Anthony in Grand Central Station for their engagement photos, we had a more unusual request.

Grand Central Station engagement session by Casey Fatchett - www.fatchett.com

While we were taking these photos with the clock in the background, a film crew shooting a commercial approached them and asked if they would be okay with their likenesses being in the commercial!

Grand Central Station engagement session by Casey Fatchett - www.fatchett.com

Exciting stuff, but if someone does approach you about that sort of thing you need to read the release carefully and find out what your image is being used for and whether or not you will be compensated. This is not the first time this has happened to a couple I was working with! A couple years ago, a bride and groom were stopped in Times Square and /* START: SMALL ONLY */ @media (max-width: 767px) { .flo-block--343 { margin-top: 0rem; margin-bottom: 0rem; } } /* END: SMALL ONLY */ /* START: MEDIUM ONLY */ @media (min-width: 768px) and (max-width: 1024px) { } /* END: MEDIUM ONLY */ /* START: MEDIUM UP*/ @media (min-width: 768px) { .flo-block--343 { margin-top: 0rem; margin-bottom: 0rem; } } /* END: MEDIUM UP*/ /* START: LARGE UP*/ @media (min-width: 1025px) { } /* END: LARGE UP*/

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