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  1. I'm guessing I already know the answer, but would be interested in everyone's opinion... I moved house a few years back. I have here on Alamy some shots of the garden, it's design, some features (arches etc), and occasionally the house itself is in the background. At the time I took these, I owned the property concerned, and therefore the shots here have a property release - however, as I no longer own those things, am I still entitled to include the release, or should that be now removed? Thanks in advance for any and all opinion.
  2. I have a couple of questions about property releases for buildings. If you take a photo of part of a city – from a tower, for instance – would you need a release for every qualifying/recognizable building in the photo? Or if in a landscape photo there's a lighthouse in the distance? (This may be a stupid question. In any case.) Do you need a release for photos of buildings that have been demolished after the photos were taken?
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