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Photography Digital Image License Agreement

► Preformulated image licensing rules: Creative Commons licenses Here are some consequences that may arise for the rights holder without a photo license agreement: I have done a very good job over the last ten years in removing “avocado language” from my vocabulary, but sometimes old habits are necessary. Endure me — it won`t be long. We`ve already defined the license itself, but there are other terms you need to be aware of. All images are the property of Ashleigh Laureen Photography and are subject to legal copyright. None of them may be copied, used or published for commercial purposes without the express permission of Ashleigh Laureen Photography. Ashleigh Laureen Photography reserves the right to use any images of the client on the Site, in blogs or in other related marketing materials. According to most copyright laws, photography is as protected as any other work of art. In photography, you do not “sell” your image or give up your copyright. You give someone a license to use the images for a specific purpose and schedule.

In fact, you are the “lender,” and you are the borrower. That`s basically what happens when someone buys stick photography. If you grant exclusivity to a customer, you will be prohibited from generating more revenue from your images by licensing them to other third parties or by licensing them through stock photography. Don Constantine Photography and Don Constantine grant Buyer a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, unlimited license to download, copy and use images within the following limits. Buyer acknowledges that copyright, proprietary rights and all rights remain the exclusive property of Don Constantine Photography and Don Constantine now and in the future, and that the grant of this limited license does not alter the ownership or control of such images. All images are provided as they are. There are no warranties, express or implied. After determining whether an image license agreement confers exclusive or non-exclusive rights of use, you should also define how the image can be used. A mode of use is clearly identifiable – this relates to technical use (such as scanning, copying, printing, burning CDs) or commercially (such as distribution, further use). To allow images and grant photo use rights, you must either be the author of the images or have the right to otherwise grant the images.

For example, agencies also have the right to grant images if the author has contractually authorized them. The mode of use may apply to the regulation of online or offline use, the use of the written press, the use or use for advertising, editorial or commercial purposes. . . .

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