Took a while, but thank you Stanford UniversityStanford Copyright & Fair Use Center for listing our work on your site, we couldn’t have done it without the Center’s documentary film program! The only way Mary Small’s story could ever have been told! ://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/blog/2015/11/little-girl-big-voice
We are almost two weeks away from the end of our Kickstarter campaign and we wanted to give all of our Tumblr fans one last chane to see the awesome rewards they can get with a small donation. We are also offering a copy of the actual clip log approved by Stanford Law’s Documentary Film Program as a reward!
When it came time to putting together a clip log, the metadata and information I collected and associated with each piece of media made it easy for me to clear each image which is essential to secure a good insurance policy. In doing so, a lot of the principles I’ve learned as an Information Governance Professional came into play in terms of ensuring authenticity. As a result of properly documenting my sources from the get-go I ended up with a treasure chest of digital resources that I can now use over and over. My experiences with digital imaging also helped with rendering the scans and pictures I used and in resolving pixelation issues. The organization of documents and images into (hopefully) logical historical sequences based on various data points, is very much a business discipline.