Release form..

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  1. vinski

    vinski TPF Noob!

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    I am going to get a few shots of some athletes this week to use as a business card/flier to promote a small side business of mine. I am curious about the need for a release. I will need one sooner or later so I thought I would write one up for this shoot and hopefully use it in the future. Should I consult a lawyer to have one written ?$?$?$?$ or am I able to write one myself using some generic formula to get the legal side of things covered?

    Thanks for your responses,
     
  2. KmH

    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Just use the one the lawyers for Getty Images came up with for all their stock photographers to use. Getty has it available online for the entire industry to use. It's also available in many other languages.
     
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    NICE!!!! Thanks,
     

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