Model Release Form Template
A model release form is a legal document between you, the photographer and the person or the person who owns the property you’re photographing). It is the written form of their permission allowing you to publish their image on your website, blog, and marketing materials.
Chipotle Cautionary Tale | Sued For $2.2 Billion For Using Photo Without Model Release
As if Chipotle hadn’t been in enough hot water lately, they are now facing a lawsuit for over $2,000,000,000 for…
Shake App Creates Image/Model Release Forms On The Fly For Free
Shake has recently added a feature for creating legally binding agreements for photographers in their slick app. It’s free, and worth a look.
Snapwire’s ‘Releases’ Is A Free Model & Property Release App Leaving No Excuse Not To Use Them
In today’s business climate, it’s always best practice to keep everything clear and signed for to save litigation and headache. This app will help you do that
Wacom Releases The Most Powerful (& Beautiful) Stationary & Mobile Models Yet
Wacom has updated their Cintiq line with two new models, with versions to suit every need
Tamron Officially Announces the Launch of the 70-180mm f/2.8 Di III VXD (Model A056)
Tamron announces the launch date of the 70-180mm F/2.8 Di III VXD (Model A056), a large aperture telephoto zoom lens for Sony E-mount full-frame mirrorless cameras that is the lightest and most compact in its class. The lens will be available in the U.S. on May 14th at $1199. However, due to the spread of COVID-19, the release date or the product supply schedule could be delayed.
Adobe Releases New Enhancements to the Lightroom Ecosystem Including Lightroom Classic, Lightroom, and Lightroom Mobile
Download the latest developments and improvements to Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom for Mac, Windows, iOS, iPadOS, Android, and ChromeOS today.
Elinchrom Releases Complete Grid System For The Rotalux Lightshaper Softboxes – The ‘Rotagrid’
Throughout these years Rotalux has been continuously optimised and refined to become even better and photographers have been using the Rotalux system to shape light in nearly every way imaginable. But there’s always been a missing piece…until now that is.