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@Steveacer, being the main subject or not is irrelevant in legal terms. That is composition. Besides, the main subject can be a group of people laying down on the sand on the beach or a crowd attending to a live show, whereas many persons can be recogniz ... [Read more...]
@Steveacer, being the main subject or not is irrelevant in legal terms. That is composition. Besides, the main subject can be a group of people laying down on the sand on the beach or a crowd attending to a live show, whereas many persons can be recognized. An occasional commuter crossing the street may also not be that relevant/prominent but if he is depicted in a recognizable way, you certainly need a MR. As for your example of a couple sitting with their backs to the camera, and from my experience, I would say yes, you would need a MR signed by each of those persons. There are way too may factors that may lead to identify them as Mr. & Mrs Doe.
Not sure I understood your question, but such as a silhouette or do you have any other example in mind?Being or not the main subject within a composition, if someone is recognizable a model release is required.posted in Model Release
No, you can't do that. The minimum price you can set to license an SR-EL is $250, which is the minimum established by Dreamstime. Also, please refrain to post such kind of sales ads on the message boards. Thank you.posted in I want sale 1 of my photo with sell the rights (SR-EL) cheap
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