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Oct 31, 2017 12:38 |  #1

I took a senior headshot of my cousin. The school wants a release form that will give them permission to publish the copy written photo in the yearbook and in the newspaper of theirs.

I found some templates online. Would I just insert the schools name into the [company name] part and then sign the document? Anyone have any insight and can help out?


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Oct 31, 2017 13:19 |  #2

Without seeing the template you have, that should work.


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Nov 01, 2017 08:43 |  #3

When a corporation/organizati​on wants a contract-let them provide it. Just say "I'll be happy to sign your release so that you know it covers your requirements completely" While it is good for your to have a real client photo usage license agreement created by a local lawyer, you should not waste your time without compensation to meet the unknown legal requests of a non-client.




  
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