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Obviously, you need one signed form from each model, but otherwise it depends on the wording of the release; you could have one that covers multiple shoots. Just make sure that this fact is communicated clearly. In theory, a model could claim they just signed something at the first shoot which they were told is "the standard model release" and that they ...


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A model release is always per subject. The format in which this is done can vary, however, a signature and all other necessary information must be obtained from each person who is recognisable within a shot. As with anything Legal, it is pretty much always better to be more conservative than less conservative.



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