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If I were to be approached by the likes of an arts magazine wishing to feature my work how does that apply to photos of costumes I have created for customers? Do I have to seek permission from my customer to have a photo I took of the costume I created featured in the article? Or do I hold the right to feature photos I have taken of their costume?

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miharuokami
Sep. 29th, 2014 09:59 pm (UTC)
The costume is your work that is part of your portfolio. You have every right to publish it how you see fit. Just as an artist reserves the right to publish their art and make prints, even if the commissioner is in the pic, so too can fursuit artists distribute their work. Now if this photo was a personal photo the commissioner took thats another story.

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