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Re: [modeling-193] Model Release Question

From: user 7.
Sent on: Friday, May 23, 2008 12:13 PM
I have seen alot of things where there is no model release forms....But that is to the descresion of the parties involved and "The model releas form is so the model can use them for anything,The photographer already has full rights to the pics.

--- On Fri, 5/23/08, Lisa <[address removed]> wrote:
From: Lisa <[address removed]>
Subject: [modeling-193] Model Release Question
To: [address removed]
Date: Friday, May 23, 2008, 3:42 PM

I have a question for the photographers in this group. Do you ever have model
release forms for models or other people  to sign whenever you have photo
shoots with them? You know? A legal document signed by the person in the photo
allowing his or her photograph to be published in one form or another by the
photographer. Anyway, I was talking on the phone with a Marrieta photographer
two days ago and he wanted to do a 60's & 70's style shoot with me
after doing those test shoots last month. I told him about providing model
release forms. He says he doesn't believe in providing any, even though it
is usually the photographer or artist's job to do so, especially when they
are amateur or professional. Whatever it is, he could be posting models'
photos anywhere illegally without their permission, even though he claims to be
professional when in reality, he's not. He just takes pictures of girls and
women for his own use. Anyway, here's a link to his portfolio for you to

I have a feeling he's been posting his models' photos on there without
their permission, especially the Russian models he's worked with. And, no,
they are not test photos. They are actual photos from his actual shoots, not
test shoots, in my own terms. It's a good thing that I canceled that retro
shoot with him and that I don't want to work with him anymore because he
can post my photos anywhere without my permission.

Of course, I would advise any model on here with or without experience to avoid
working with this photographer because he will use your photos without your

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