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  1. Hi all! I'm a fairly new contributor and I was wondering, am I allowed to post designer clothing in my images, do I need some kind of permission from the designer or are just the model releases enough? This particular clothes doesn't have a visible logo on it and it's not unique in the scence there is only one piece in the world, but it is fairly unique and recognizable, some pieces also have hand-made embroidery (which is kinda generic etno embroidery work) but it, combined with the type of old cotton material and cut, makes for some pretty unique dresses. Check out the attachment to see what I'm talking about. Thanks in advance! :)
  2. Hi guys! Just wondering if Shutterstock will allow me to upload images of the Eiffel Tower at night? I have some beauties of the Fireworks show from Bastille Day I'd like to upload, but get the feeling they'll get rejected. Has anyone had any experience with this? I've done a search and seen a few Eiffel Tower at night photos on here - would those photographers need to have certain permissions? Thanks!
  3. hello, I got written permission to photograph an event. The responsible persons for the event knew i was going to submit the photos to microstock websites. Recently a visitor of that event discovered her photo on shutterstock. Asked for the photos to be removed and asked for money. i said to her i got written permission to photograph and sell the images as editorial to microstock websites. What is the best answer to give when something like this happens ? Do i have to remove the photos if she wants? If the organizers of the event give in to her requests and then ask me to remove the photos, what can i do? Do i have to give her any money of the sales? Note: one reason for removing the photo could be that it causes ridicule to her, like: "i think i'm fat and ugly on the photo" - Is this considered a valid reason? thanks
  4. Hi guys I've joined and im looking to learn. I have a photo i like of the Brooklyn Bridge that i took last Christmas on holiday. I know you need permission for this, but who do you contact to get the signature. I may like this this photo but what if after taking time to get it, that a photo gets rejected? Thanks for any tips
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