It's always nice to see where your work ends up but with stock photography things can get really awkward sometimes. A few months ago I had a friend pose for a series of portraits that I then used in my stock portfolio. She was happy to sign the release after I explained to her that I can't control where the photos end up but she was still caught by surprise when a friend texted her this screenshot and a "OMG, you are on Tinder?!"
She, of course explained what had happened and we had a good laugh about it when she told me but it brought up the eternal issue with stock photography: In order to avoid angry messages from disgruntled models, you need to explain that their photos could end up pretty much anywhere (within reason and the law). It's an example I now use a lot when talking to people about signing a model release (along that of my husband who ended up in an article titled "Reasons women are ashamed of their romantic partners")
Freelance photographer based in Tokyo. People, buildings, mostly natural light.