model releases

posted on 10th of december, 2008

Like a lot of my fellow Dreamstime contributors, I also upload to other microstock sites. It seams that they would prefer you to use their model release form. I can't imagine asking a model to sign four, five, or more releases for one shoot. Can someone point me to a generic release form that will be accepted on all or most sites? How does everyone else handle this problem?

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Comments (2)

Posted by Fotogeek on December 11, 2008
Go to, downloads, Yuri has one there offered for free. He said he never had any problems with any agency accepting it.
Posted by Creativei on December 10, 2008
Hi what i suggest is download all the model release from all microstock sites and create your own from inputs from all the model release. Make sure you have all the important clause from each release. Create one that reflects your company (even virtual) and submit. This quite works i guess.

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