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Photo Release Form

Photo Release Form

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated July 27, 2020
Suitable for all Australian States and Territories
Suitable for all Australian States and Territories

A photo release form is a legal document drawn up between a photographer and model either before or after a shoot. Essentially, this release form allows for the publication of a project which includes photos in exchange for payment.

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Document Overview

This document includes a payment clause while the model release form does not feature remuneration for any photographs that are taken and published. 

Use this Photo Release Form if:

  • You are a photographer who would like the rights to photographs of models or other individuals in order to publish content 

  • You are a model and you wish to transfer the rights of your photographs to someone else.

  • Note that for models under the age of 18, a legal guardian must countersign the form on the child’s behalf. The forms are encouraged to be in writing.

What does this Photo Release Form cover?

  • Payment

  • Ownership

  • Rights 

  • Release

  • Credit

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