MODEL RELEASE MISSING

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Aug 09, 2017 Aug 09, 2017

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Where is the problem with identifiable people? Is the graphics on the T shirt the only problem?

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Community Beginner , Aug 10, 2017 Aug 10, 2017
I'd guess it'd be the property release for the dogs if anything, but I haven't had any dogs rejected on my account yet. If it truly is a model release issue, it's got to be her partial face. I'd agree that you can't identify her by what is shown, however, I can't blame Adobe for favoring the safe side on the matter. People are lawsuit happy these days

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 09, 2017 Aug 09, 2017

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You can see part of her face! (Her ears for example) That could be the problem!

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Thanks for your opinion. I agree that part of her face is showing.  she is postally the only peon who who'd recognize her ear. I will black out the T and extend the shirttail to cover and faces. Will resubmit and see what happens next go round. 

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That might do the trick,  - I don't think the dogs would need a model release - possibly a property release

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I wonder if a paw print would count as a signature?   Ummm, Just noticed though, the logo on the socks, bottom left...

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Surely you don't need a model release for the dogs, right? It must be the shirt...

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I'd guess it'd be the property release for the dogs if anything, but I haven't had any dogs rejected on my account yet. If it truly is a model release issue, it's got to be her partial face. I'd agree that you can't identify her by what is shown, however, I can't blame Adobe for favoring the safe side on the matter. People are lawsuit happy these days

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