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Photographer release?

Community Beginner ,
May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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When photographer submits an image it is required to get a formal permission form all models on the picture. Which is OK.

When a model fills a profile with photos made by different photographers, nothing required to confirm that photographer is OK with that. And then we have portfolios like that, filled with photos which infringe copyright: https://stock.adobe.com/ch_fr/search?creator_id=206685424

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Adobe Community Professional , May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021
Hi @Alex Petrenko, If I understand you post correctly, you have pictures that are taken by yourself and the model (or someone else) uploads the pictures here without your permission? That's not OK, even if it is the model uploading. Indeed, a model release has 2 signers: the model and the photographer. You can't use a model release with only one party signing. But for uploading pictures here, you need to certify that you are the creator and (c) holder of the picture. That's never the model, ex...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021

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Hi @Alex Petrenko,

 

If I understand you post correctly, you have pictures that are taken by yourself and the model (or someone else) uploads the pictures here without your permission? That's not OK, even if it is the model uploading. Indeed, a model release has 2 signers: the model and the photographer. You can't use a model release with only one party signing. But for uploading pictures here, you need to certify that you are the creator and (c) holder of the picture. That's never the model, except in some very rare cases.

 

I suggest you fill in a formal complaint: Use of your content (C) Claim 

 

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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May 14, 2021 May 14, 2021

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Yes, model uploaded the pictures without my permission.

Thanks for pointing out, I didn't think about second signature. It means my signature is faked on model release. One more reason for takedown.

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May 14, 2021 May 14, 2021

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Well, if the photographer's signature is false, that's criminal. The model could use the same releasethan you, but in that case she needs to claim being you. proceed as indicated. Only the photographer has the right to upload the pictures. That's a part of the contributor agreement.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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