A Digital Photographer's Guide to Model Releases: Making the Best Business Decisions with Your Photos of People, Places and Things

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 30, 2008 - Photography - 279 pages
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Do you need a release for a photo of someone you took in public? How about photos of buildings? Does it make a difference if the subject was paid to be in the picture? You can't answer these questions without more information. As the photographer, you need to understand your buyer's concerns in order to make savvy decisions about how you market your photos and to whom. Here's how to make money from all your photos, whether or not they have releases, by understanding the business aspects of the law.
 

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Contents

Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Introduction How We Got Here
Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Part 1 Everyones Doing It So Whats Wrong?
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Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Part 2 Whats a Model Release?
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Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Part 3 Understanding Use
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Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Part 4 Analyzing the Need for a Model Release
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Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Part 5 Dissecting a Model Release
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Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Part 6 Dealing with Photos of Property
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Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Part 7 The Business of Licensing
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Making the Best Business Decisions with your Photos of People Places and Things Index
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Dan Heller has been a freelance photographer and photo industry analyst for over ten years — a career that started when he put his photos on his Web site, www.danheller.com. His work has been featured in publications from news and business media to fine art books.

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