Apr 17, 2012
I want to get into professional make-up artistry, and I need some practice. When you're using models (or friends, relatives) what do you have to do to have the right to use their photograph in your portfolio? Also, does anyone have tips for choosing models and how to ask them without offending or frightening them?
I don't really know all that much about models and portfolios and stuff, but I'd imagine that if you had the proper permission from them, it'd be fine.
"without offending or frightening them" haha, that sounds like my life.
I am a model and I don't usually get asked for Photographt but I do get asked about portfolio. Even if I dont give permition for them to use the photos I always get a copy. I Have been asked so many times to be a model for a bisness and they usually say " Your a Gorgeous model, notone bit fake, just real! and be really nice and polite to me and they ask if I would like to be there model and get paid. Goodluck :) xx
Apr 18, 2012
It's an verbal contract that you usually have with a model to use the images as long as their receiving images in return. If you feel like you need a legal contract then all you need is a page with you logo and a paragraph on how you can use the photos taken in anyway you see fit I.e publication, business promotion youthen sign it get the model to sign it and a photographer if you have one but really their not needed or used models know their photos will more in likely to be used
May 16, 2012
I always using models for my makeup. They don't mind about I use the photograph for my portfolio. They always get the copy and they use them too for their own.
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