If we’ve worked together at a wedding and you’re interested in using some of the images in your marketing then this is the info you need! I’m more than happy to share my work with the wedding community, but only if the couple have agreed to their wedding photos being shared. As the creator of the image I will always retain the copyright to it. My couples have a licence to use the images for their personal enjoyment, but not for commercial use. If you want to use images to promote your excellent work then I am happy to supply you with the image that you want, with a commercial licence.
I have two options available;
Option 1: Using images for print
If you’d like to use the images in print or advertising, or if you want to use the images online without having to credit me as the photographer, the cost is £35 per image. For 5 or more images I’ll do you a nice deal. Drop me an email to email@example.com and we can chat.
Option 2: Using images for your social media, blogs, portfolio or elsewhere online
Sharing is caring. If you need online content I am more than happy to provide you with low resolution files for FREE in return for a shout out on social media and / or a link on the page where the image is displayed. You’ll probably know that getting backlinks for your website and social media is really important to the internet overlords. It’ll help us both get more awesome clients when you share my work and tag / link to me. To take up this option, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know which images you want to use. Please do not edit, or use any filters, on the images. You can crop them to make them fit your digital space, but otherwise they should remain as they are.
Required credits for free image use:
What happens if I have taken a photo of something your business supplies and you want a shout out?
Get in touch with me! The best way is to email me email@example.com. I always try my best to tag other wedding suppliers but this completely replies upon the couple telling me who they have worked with. Sometimes that goes amiss but I’m always happy to correct it.
Let’s link up and be friends!
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