Quick question for people in the know. I posted a couple of fairly generic photos on a stock site just to see what happened.
One of the photos was taking in a public place (st kilda) of an air show that occurs during the grand prix.
I received the following notice: "This air show performance is like any other major production and is an issue of intellectual property, requiring a property release."
If the air show is conducted in a public area where no entry ticket has been provided with terms and conditions, and no markings are on the plane, how can this be subject to a property release?
Am I missing something here?