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What could possibly go wrong?

Ok, let's say you're a journeyman photographer who's been toiling away taking pictures for over 20 years, and all of a sudden, an ultra-hip modern band wants a Polaroid from model test taken back in the 80's as the cover art for their new album.

But there's a problem: You don't have a model release for the girl in the shot. What do you do?

Fake the release, of course. I mean, it's a twenty year test shot. Nobody will ever know, right?


This one will DEFINITELY be interesting to watch.

“What could possibly go wrong?”

  1. Anonymous Compromise Agreement Says:

    Like this post. short post but informative, keep it up.