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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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Sep. 30th, 2014 03:33 pm (UTC)
Just to ask, are the costumes depicted while being worn (ie you photographed the commissioner wearing them), or did you take pics of the clothes on their own/on a mannequin/on you?

It's good ettiquette to notify commissioners either way, but if the commissioner is depicted in the picture you should have them sign a model release form before giving the pictures to a magazine.


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