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LDPLDP and Aspyrider,

Thank you for the replys. I will make sure to investigate the details when I get asked to soot my next one.

Do you usually let the school absorb the cot of the rights or do you make the arrangements? If you have had to secure the rights to shoot one how much did it run you and what, if any, were the restrictions (limited number of copies, limited window for sales, etc)?Thanks again,

Cole

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