2013 Calendar Terms and Conditions
‘Atheists Breaking Through-The Reveal’ 2013 Calendar presented by Secular Woman
Terms and Conditions
-Individuals and couples of all genders, 18+ are invited to send in submissions for inclusion in the calendar.
-One or more nude or implied nude photos showing your face. The photo must be color, high quality/resolution and no less than 300 dpi, at a size of 11×17.
-The submissions must include two or three quotes on why you are supporting Secular Woman and/or your feelings on issues pertaining to diversity, feminism, tolerance, inclusion or any other relevant topic.
-The photo must be professionally taken (after 8/20/12) and not published anywhere else.
-The photos should be free from massive Photoshop manipulation.
-The photographer will be credited.
In addition to your full name(s), the following must be included and might be published:
Ages of everyone pictured
Attached you will find release forms for the participants and photographer and instructions on where to send the photos. The releases must be signed and provided to Secular Woman by the submission deadline, but we highly encourage you to sign and return the release form immediately so that we can advertise your participation. Participants will be responsible for acquiring their own photographer, but reimbursement of costs will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Participants are agreeing to allow their names to be used for promotional purposes.
|Model Release Form||ModelRelease.pdf|
|Photographer Release Form||PhotographerRelease.pdf|
The deadline for submissions is October 15th, 2012.
For more information, please contact Bridget Gaudette, VP of Outreach.
Submission of a photo does not guarantee that it will be used in the calendar.
Currently, our 501(c)(3) status is pending approval with the IRS. All donations received during this time may be treated as tax-deductible contributions. We are confident that our application will be successful. However, we are required to inform you that should our application be deferred or denied your donation would not be tax-deductible.