What If Model Releases Are Not Possible?


posted on 25th of august, 2007

That is the problem I recently had when I wanted to submit a photograph of a sea plane I shot while out sailing. The problem was that when I blew up the photo to 100%, I could clearly see the passengers faces in the back of the plane.

I really wanted to use this photo as there are not a lot of them on Dreamstime. To fix this problem I modified the photo in Photoshop and made it look like the plane had tinted windows. My photo was accepted and I averted the problem.

Comments (2)

Posted by Sebcz on September 15, 2007
Hi! A good read. I posted a blog referring back to yours, here.
Posted by Icyimage on August 26, 2007
very clever.



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