If it still leaves them recognisable, yes. For example, location, clothes or the fact that those elements together might create a known context to the model, and consequently, it entails the necessity for a release.
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- How can I make sure my images are protected?
- If I submit content to my portfolio, do I still own the rights?
- If a buyer is interested in licensing the exclusive rights of a piece of content I previously created and that I used this content on different website or uploaded it on different stock websites, does it mean I need to delete it from every websites?
- If I supply content for a buyer under exclusive rights, does it mean i can’t use it for non-commercial purposes?
- If I produce content for a buyer under exclusive rights, will he/she credit my name when using it on social media or elsewhere?
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- What does Royalty Free mean?
- What are the licensing terms?
- Where can I find the model release and how do I submit this?
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