To all photographers and filmmakers, the professionals and the enthusiastic amateurs. I’m pretty sure, after Glemseck 101 you have again wonderful imagery to publish. Like last year I offer you, if you are interested, to get in contact with me by email directly after the event to show me your galleries and videos that you have published in social media, on your websites or blogs.
If I find your material suitable to our 101, I will ask you to provide me 15 to 20 of your images, selected from among yourselves(!) including your brand/logo(!), in a resolution of min. 1024 px up. to max. 1400 px. These selected pictures I summarize in a 101 gallery, which will published with your name on the Glemseck 101 website, and will also promoted on our 101 Facebook page.
This 101 gallery will be linked to your own and public(!) gallery. Given the note to journalists & editors & marketing, the manufacturer that the images shown in this gallery is provided to the Glemseck 101 by »photographer/xy« for our internet presentation. If they need these images in print quality and / or for their own purposes, they have to make their request direct to you.
The copyright of the images remains to you. However, by presenting your selection of images (gallery) you allow that the Glemseck 101 (my person, as Creative Director of 101) use this selection of pictures for our typical 101-teaser and 101-web poster in the coming years. If one of your images is used and your brand/logo should no longer be visible, so in any case, a signature (your name) is presented in this 101 advertising. For publication on Facebook, your public(!) Facebook page, if you have one, will be @ddet. (Just scroll through my Glemseck 101 Facebook postings and find some examples.)
One last comment on accreditation:
I know that with our accreditation in rule, we can not give each of you a good »photo point« this year. However, I also know that I will get to see again a few hundred great pictures of the riders and their motorcycles from the »famous« 101 sprints, especially at 101 Saturday – and that the other 101 Sprints and their participants, especially at 101 Sunday, and the beautiful environment of Glemseck 101 will almost be invisible. I hope this year will change a little bit in the choice of image & subject. A good example of a photoshooting that did not take place on the 1/8 mile, is the 2015 gallery of photographer Marc Seeh (see also our 101-web poster on this article). He had no access into the »hot zone« of our 1/8 mile and has still given us a great gallery.
I wish you all success and fun. Do not risking too much for this »one« picture and pay attention to the instructions of our security service – and I hope to hear & see from you after the event.
Team Glemseck 101 – Chief of Advertising, Press, Media