#1
If I want to use a picture taken by a photographer of an Historic European Church/building on a bands website or album cover. Do I need the permission of both the photographer AND the church/site of which the pic was taken , or only the photographer?
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#2
Better to have both, I would say.

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#4
In the US, by law you only need the photographer's permission. I dunno how it is in South Africa, if it's different.
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And I'd assume you just need the photographer's permission. Taking a picture of the NY skyline doesn't require the permission of every building pictured does it?
#6
you need permission from whoever has the rights to the picture. if the photographer sold the picture, then you need permission from whoever bought it.