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  1. I am new here so please forgive me if this has already been asked. I did a search and didn't get any hits. How do you upload a filled out model release. I can't find how to do this anywhere. Probably just like in a store when you ask an employee where to find something and it's been under your nose the whole time. Ha ha When I am managing my photos I see where I can select an existing MR to apply it to the photo, but I can't find out how to get my MR there to select. Thanks in advance for your help!
  2. Anyone else having trouble assigning model release in AIM? Normally the list drops down. Has this changed? "Assign existing release" is greyed out and Releases with arrow does not show the list. Thanks, Kathy
  3. Can anyone here recommend an app for releases (iOS)?
  4. Alamy does accept Shutterstock model releases?

    Hello! Please help me. Alamy does accept Shutterstock model release?
  5. No model releases for a public event

    Starting again after my first attempt froze with me trying to put in a link to a Flickr album, and a third time after last year in numbers was identified as a spam word!! I have been a contributor for a long time, but have always had signed model releases whenever recognisable people were in the images. I have photographed the Manchester edition of the World Naked Bike Ride in 2015 and last year. There are lots of, what I think are, great shots telling the story of a historically interesting event. Naturally, there is lots of nudity. The shots were taken of people in public places by me also in public places. They have proved to be very popular on Flickr, as you can imagine! My question is, could these images be sold as stock?
  6. I just watched this very interesting and informational B & H video dealing with all sorts of important issues - model releases, copyright infringement (including dealing with those who misuse your photos), getting paid for your work, and more. It's American so I'm not sure how applicable the laws are universally, but there's still a lot of useful info in it. It's long but entertaining.