You'd definitely need a model release from your wife. But the other IP violations include the Nike swoosh on her clothes and the "Sunseeker" on the side of the RV. On a side note, you should also rotate the photo with the RV to get the horizon level - it looks odd with the rock formations on an angle.
Looks like a great place to be right now though. 🙂
Also, I noticed that you have a sensor spot on both images that would need to be removed.
Important to realise there are two types of release:
1. MODEL release - for a human who would be recognisable or know themselves (of course, your wife would recognise herself in this picture, and Adobe cannot assume it is your wife!)
2. IP release - for everything created by a human less than 100 years old (a little oversimplified, but take that as your starting point). IP releases will be impossible for many things; vehicles can rarely be included.
Keep in mind that whatever you submit to Stock must be legally free and clear for COMMERCIAL use. The RV design & artwork are instantly recognizable. So while suitable for posting on social media, it's not OK for Stock.
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