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« on: February 26, 2017, 04:29 »
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I've had my first 'test' footage rejected due to no model release being attached - it was taken from a moving train. I'm unsure why images can be accepted with no model release when the model is clearly identifiable however the footage was not accepted when the 'model' is barely identifiable. Any ideas?
Thanks


« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2017, 05:06 »
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I've had my first 'test' footage rejected due to no model release being attached - it was taken from a moving train. I'm unsure why images can be accepted with no model release when the model is clearly identifiable however the footage was not accepted when the 'model' is barely identifiable. Any ideas?
Thanks
Depends on the Agency's interpretation of "barely identifiable" some are amazingly strict.


 

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