Charles Stirling Posted December 1, 2021 Share Posted December 1, 2021 (edited) I'm getting confused about Alamy's requirements on Royalty Free with people. For a long time here its been required that any person, silhouette, even body part or so tiny that they are just a few pixels needs a model release for RF. Yet in Alamy promoting our images this often seems ignored. Are the requirements changed or simply ignored? For instance just looking In Alamy's Visual Trends under the Moody filmic category ones such as “tourist is reflected in mirror”, “Walking in the underground”, “Conceptual photo showing concept” and others are all labelled as RF but also Model - no | Property - no. The History of Activism others such as “A pro life demonstrator”, “Extinction Rebellion protest” and others also listed as RF yet no model release. Other sections have similar. Alamy wants to promote our use of RF but has historically had very strict requirements on this. What's happening? Edited December 1, 2021 by Charles Stirling 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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