Everyday Jones Taping Policy
Q: What’s Everyday Jones’s taping policy?
A: You are free to tape live perfomances.
Q: Do tapers get in free? No cover charge?
A: Absolutely. Contact to get on a guest list.
Q: Can I video tape? Get a soundboard?
A: Yes! You can video tape. You can even get a soundboard if there’s a slot available.
Q: Can I shoot photo stills of your live performance? With professional gear?
A: Yes and no. Everyday Jones has unfortunately run into situations where professional and semi-professional photographers have shown up to a performance, shot, and then solicited for business. This is not ok. Everyday Jones will hire a photographer if they feel they want to pay for images. This does not mean you cannot come and shoot with consumer or professional gear, but it does mean that soliciting for business is not welcomed (exchanging business cards is fine). Also, if you do shoot and decide to place these images on a website, please be professional and contact Everyday Jones regarding this. Everyday Jones holds the right to select which images are not allowed for public viewing. Everyday Jones retains the right to use any photos on their official website or any website they use (i.e. facebook, myspace, last.fm, etc.) for promotional gain (non commercial). Everyday Jones will give proper credit to the photographer. At no point is Everyday Jones liable for purchasing of such material. If this is not ok with the photographer, the right to shoot their live performances will not be honored.
Q: I want to learn how to tape live performances, who could I talk to? Where could I go to read some material?
A: An excellent group of people reside at www.taperssection.com. Head on over there and sign up.
Q: Can I sell images, video and/or audio of your live performances?
A: No. All images, video and/or audio are for personal use.
[policy effective 2011-01-02]