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If your use is for commercial purposes\u2014for example, using a person's photo in an advertisement\u2014you need to obtain a release. If your use is for informational purposes such as a documentary film or news article, you may not need a release.
Commercial use photography is intended to enhance a business interest. Advertisements, brochures, web use, greeting cards, catalogs, newsletters, etc, all MUST have a model release. Even street photography requires model release if it is for commercial use.
Generally, artistic expression is protected free speech, and photos which include a person and are published purely as artistic expression do not require a model release.
Generally, artistic expression is protected free speech, and photos which include a person and are published purely as artistic expression do not require a model release.
Two factors to consider to whether you do or do not need a release are: if the person in the photo is identifiable and how the image will be used, commercially or editorially. If you've captured the back of a person or their silhouette, and they are unidentifiable, no release is needed.

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The most important things to remember are: If the main subject of the image is a person \u2014 even if the person's face is not visible \u2014 it will require a model release.
A model release is needed for publication where personality rights or privacy rights would otherwise be infringed. No release is required for publication, as news, of a photo taken of an identifiable person when the person is in a public place.
Generally, if you are shooting a public area (like street photography, or landscapes) you do not need a model release. This varies state by state (California's laws are different for example, because of paparazzi). Always check with the state you are in to find out the exact privacy laws you must follow!
The Right to Privacy. As a general rule, if a photographer is shooting from a public space, such as a street or a park, he or she will usually have the right to do so without the consent of the subjects. Generally speaking, if you can see it from a public space, you can take a picture of it.
Editorial License: photos bought for editorial use can be purchased without a model release. In other words, these photos are limited to use for reporting on exactly what's being shown in the picture. For example, informative content such as news or inspirational content and not for branding or advertising.

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