Understanding Rights Acquisition for Digital Stock Photography
Buying Stock Photography, Image Rights Acquisition and Usage
TEXAS IMAGES by
Rights-Protected Digital Stock Photography
Texas and the American Southwest
Drum scans available
The art of stock!
LINKS FOR BUYERS:
Photography Buyer's Guide to Digital Stock Photography Image Rights"
GUIDE TO PHOTO RIGHTS:
How to Obtain Rights
for Image Usages
by Paul Chaplo, M.F.A, B.F.A., B.A. ©2008 Chaplo
Graduate: R.I.T. School of Photographic Arts & Sciences
College of Graphic Arts and Photography
Rochester Institute of Technology
HOW TO ACQUIRE STOCK PHOTOGRAPHY
at least know what
the heck you are
paying for ...)
IMAGEstock.us makes the
acquisition of usage rights or image license
easy for you! Our streamlined process is simple to make life a little
easier for you.
1. Email us with a request for preview images in the category that you
2. Review the preview images and make your selections. (Please note that
the preview images are protected by International Copyright Law, and may
not be copied, used, or sold.)
3. Describe all your intended usages in full. Include circulation
estimates for printed materials.
4. We will respond with an itemized cost projection.
5. Email your selections to us along with billing information, and your
FedEx account number.
6. We will burn a CD and ship to you using your FedEx account.
7. License for image use is transferred only after payment in full is
Residential Exterior: Lattice Las
Rights-Protected vs. Stock Photography:
A large format vertical view of the facade, shot with a view camera on
"4 by 5"
transparency film, then drum-scanned and color-corrected, retouched,
enhanced in Photoshop. The client selected RGB in a color space and color
profile that fit their workflow, and preferred to handle their own
conversion to CMYK.
Custom Drum Scans per your
Presentation Scans for exhibits and web/presentation applications.
Note: IMAGEstock.us does *not* ship film originals, however, duplicates
may be available to qualified buyers at established publishing houses and
TIFF: best for all-around use, including publications. When in
doubt, get a .tiff
PSD: Photoshop (TM) format, you need an image-processing software to open
PCD: Kodak Photo-CD (TM) Format
JPEG: a compressed file, use these for posting on the web and Powerpoint
PDF: Adobe Acrobat (TM) file that works great for documents.
Services: (available at additional cost)
Digital retouching, color correction, and enhancement
File prep for offset printing, websites, trade shows, etc.
File conversion to fit your needs to a 'pixel.'
Complete corporate identity
Publication design: color brochures
Design Competition entries
Trade show graphics, giant prints, and collateral.
Photo-CD image. 35mm transparency
Source for Digital Stock Photography of Texas.
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