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Sustainable Prospects – Selling Images

In an attempt to open up markets for my work, I have registered with picfair.com

The site allows you to set a price which allows publishers to license your images via Picfair. Picfair add 20% to the price that I set, which is their cut.


Picfair’s images are available under two licences. The standard single-use licence and an editorial and personal licence. The explanation of each is below:-


Standard Licence

A single-use licence that covers all personal & editorial (including business editorial) usage, marketing use & website collateral. Includes unlimited distributions, placement, full perpetuity (no time limits), and corresponding online & social media usage. See a full breakdown here.


Editorial & Personal 

A single-use licence that covers all personal & editorial (including business editorial) usage. Includes unlimited distributions, placement, full perpetuity (no time limits), and corresponding online & social media usage. See a full breakdown here.


Picfair images cannot currently be used for paid-for advertising slots or merchandising.”

Source: (Picfair, 2017)

So far I have uploaded several images. They have been approved and most of them have been starred by the Picfair Team as being images that are liked by the team. I will now wait to see what (if anything) happens. My profile page is https://www.picfair.com/users/JoSutherst. I have model releases and permission in place for each person who features in my images.

REFERENCES

Picfair. (2017). What licences are Picfair images sold with?. [online] Available at: https://support.picfair.com/hc/en-us/articles/207572875-What-licences-are-Picfair-images-sold-with- [Accessed 27 Nov. 2017].


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