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- August 13, 2009 at 6:38 am #263698fluffyMember
Hoping folks here can share their views on this matter.
I received a email notice that one of my photos in Flickr has been shortlisted to to appear in their internet online guide. While I will say "No" to any nature and architecture related photos, the shortlisted entry is on food from a restaurant. Due copyright will be given with my name accredited but I am wondering…. given this is a shot of a dish in a restaurant, should permission be seeked with the restuarant in question too?
Cos I am reminded of yes we take models but any publications, will need a model release… how about food in this case?August 13, 2009 at 6:52 am #297509sleepycatMember
Don’t dare to give you any wrong advice and cause you to be sued for infringement of restaurant’s copyright.
Here’s a link i came across the other day where u can sign up and post your questions there too…I believe the experts on copyright and intellectual property are all there:
Hope this helps…by the way what dish is shown in your photo if I may ask??August 13, 2009 at 7:20 am #297510fluffyMember
Is one of the set main courses served. Some rump lamb steak…. see it at http://www.flickr.com/photos/astol-eyetrace/3618516213/in/set-72157619634222624/August 13, 2009 at 7:59 am #297511sleepycatMember
ha ha to be honest doesn’t look too appealing to my personal taste buds,Fluffy.
Hope you find the answers you’re looking for….soon!
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