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My photo has been rejected for believing that a real model is an articulated doll.
It is not the first time that happens to me.
What I can do?
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There is no way for the moderation team to confirm this is a doll. It looks very real. Even if it is a doll, is it molded from a real person? If so, that person would need to submit a model release allowing commercial licensing of their image. The manufacturer would likely be able to recognize their product so a property release would also be required. We won't be able to accept images featuring this doll.
Hello, thank you for the reply, you can not see the face of the doll so you can not identify and as a mold of a person these dolls are 1/6 scale can change face, breasts, hands and feet.
I leave an image about the veracity of the model.
The moderation team has no way to know this based on the images you submit. In addition, it appears the doll is based on a real person therefor a release is still required. Similar to if you submitted an image of a painting of a celebrity. Even though it's not an actual photo of the person, the likeness is the same therefor a release is required. We will not accept images featuring this doll.
Hello, I have contacted the manufacturer and this is the answer ..