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Author Topic: model release form - stupidest release request?  (Read 8299 times)

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« on: June 23, 2006, 00:40 »
Well most sites rejected my first attempt to photograph a "model" for isolation reasons but Big Stock had to be different they want a release form even though the photo is centred around the lower half of the face - no other agency requested one.

Which got me thinking of inappropriate requests for model release forms I heard somewhere for requests of signed forms when the image was in fact of a

a mannequin

a mermaid

Anyone care to share their experiences of bureaucracy gone mad
« Last Edit: June 23, 2006, 04:11 by fintastique »

« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2006, 04:27 »
well i think it is a problem of clicking 'next image' too quickly.. having to review an image every 5 seconds or whatever they do.

I have had images required for an image of a man with full face mask on (the image was a close up of the face .. in a mask)

the mask was human like spray painted grey... I can understand why a 5 second review would think it was an actual face, however i did explain what the image was of in the comments. 


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