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They belong to somebody, so it's their property. If you can get the dog to understand what it's signing and able to sign then perhaps a model release and a form that you'll act as its agent on the next series of BGT! 😆

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Yes, a property release. But you can upload unreleased images here. You just have to be honest and fill out the optional section in the Image Manager. Just that there is property in the image that needs a release and you do not have one.

 

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As Paulette says, you don't need a release for anyone or anything as long as you say you don't have one. The images will still be able to be sold for editorial use. I do not have a single release. All my sales are editorial. 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Mr Standfast said:

As for Cats the rules that apply to  and as interpreted by Cats are totally different... 😉

 

 

My cat is quite happy to sign a model release in return for board lodging and fish :D

 

 

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3 hours ago, Mr Standfast said:

As for Cats the rules that apply to  and as interpreted by Cats are totally different... 😉

We humans domesticated dogs while cats domesticated us.  

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3 hours ago, John Richmond said:

We humans domesticated dogs while cats domesticated us.  

 

From my Sunday paper:

Short history of domestication;

Kat - 15000 yrs ago - now;

Dog - 15000 yrs ago - now.

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16 hours ago, Avpics said:

They belong to somebody, so it's their property. If you can get the dog to understand what it's signing and able to sign then perhaps a model release and a form that you'll act as its agent on the next series of BGT! 😆

 

That is not pawsible 😊

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1 hour ago, Contemporary Dave said:

On other stock sites I sell on, they don’t ask for releases when selling images of dogs for commercial purposes. 

 

Micro stock - but this is Alamy..

 

But if you search the forums and read Alamy's terms you will see that there is a way - if you stay editorial in one way or other.

 

But don't mix RF at other places with RM at Alamy.

 

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9 hours ago, Contemporary Dave said:

On other stock sites I sell on, they don’t ask for releases when selling images of dogs for commercial purposes. 

 

 

You can upload the images as RM to Alamy. Whether the image is used commercially is then down to the user.  

 

RF is more complicated because usually fully released in order to be RF.

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