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Believe it or not, when you book a hotel room you are also signing an agreement to certain terms and conditions. It would be advisable to review the terms and determine if you are breaking any of them before proceeding. Should you tell the hotel even if you aren't breaking any terms? It's up to you, but how would you feel about booking a model or session in ...


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In general, you will have to check this for each subject or at least for each country. A rough guideline could be the freedom of panorama which will at least tell you whether it's allowed to photograph things from a public space. There are also some ressources throughout the web, where the restrictions you are asking for are collected. However, keep in mind ...


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Legal Disclaimer The following is for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice for any particular situation. If you have a specific concern you should consult with an attorney familiar with the relevant issues in the jurisdiction in question. Since the questioner indicated they were located in the U.S., this answer assumes ...


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For entertainment purposes only. For serious legal concerns, consult a lawyer. Two separate issues seem to be confounded. Copyright, which you own by virtue of being the one who took the photo, gives you control over what others are allowed to do with the photo. Model and property releases give you permission to use representations of the subject for ...


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In the U.S., photos of private properties taken from public places can be used for artistic and editorial purposes. Even commercial usage is allowed as long as nothing seen in the image is trademarked. Some building designs, such as distinctive buildings like the TransAmerica building in San Francisco, are trademarked. Even then, if it is not the dominant ...


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This comes under "legal" not photography - the opinions of random internet strangers are just that - opinions with no legal backing. However... Generally, around the world [you didn't say where you are] if you are taking pictures of a private property from a publicly accessible location - ie, from the street - you need no permission. There are exceptions ...


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First thing, selling photographs is not easy. A photograph which you may click and like may or may not be liked by someone else. How long have you been doing photography? The quality of your photographs will wary in accordance with your experience and skill and your photography gear. Selling photographs can be either for: A. Commercial purpose (sell them ...


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From Bob Atkins Photography: If you are on private property, such as in a store, shopping mall, sports arena or theater, then you need permission from the property owner to photograph. If you take pictures against instructions not to do so then the property owner has the right to ask you to stop and/or to leave. If you refuse, you can be arrested for ...


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Maybe you can offer the cat owners a small percent of the profit in exchange for property model release permission.


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