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Right to the image for illustration, with fictive person illustrated

Community Beginner ,
Sep 17, 2022 Sep 17, 2022

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Hi, 

 

I recently got reminded during the exam process that I need to fill a right to the image, for an illustration, with a 100% fictive person. How can I avoid this kind of situation? 

 

It doesn't make any sense as the person doesn't exist even in the real life.

Two examples were rejected : 

aerial_odyssey_Ultrarealistic_photograph_glamorous_photo_hot_be_2148453e-7e7e-492f-a50f-33d0e06adaf3.png

aerial_odyssey_Hot_beautiful_blond-haired_princess_with_beautif_82cba7e7-da8c-4bc7-ba58-3a2a83f9b5a2.PNG

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Community Expert , Sep 17, 2022 Sep 17, 2022

It makes sense, as the moderator does not know, there is no ressemblance with a living person. Submit a property release where you sign as the property holder and the artist ("photographer"), where you declare in the description, that the image is not modeled after a real person.

 

Moderators need to be on the secure legal side. If they don't know, they will refuse. It's only like that, that a potential buyer get's protected.

 

BTW: nice work. I love especially the second one. But I would have p

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Sep 17, 2022 Sep 17, 2022

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It makes sense, as the moderator does not know, there is no ressemblance with a living person. Submit a property release where you sign as the property holder and the artist ("photographer"), where you declare in the description, that the image is not modeled after a real person.

 

Moderators need to be on the secure legal side. If they don't know, they will refuse. It's only like that, that a potential buyer get's protected.

 

BTW: nice work. I love especially the second one. But I would have preferred seeing the eyes wide open, as with the first one. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 18, 2022 Sep 18, 2022

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Thank you for your answer Abambo, I'll follow your advice!

 

I have a version with the eyes open, but I'm not yet convinced of the quality of the eyes, still work to do on it so, thank you for your encouragement!

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You're welcome. Please update this if you need further advice.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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