I find one of my photo on several websites and in a movie cover.
This is my photo and those are the websites:
This photo is also someone's avatar
I smell something funny here:)
NO..Standard sale only.The only big sale was of 3.24$ and was level 2.Is not extended.You have any advice?Thank you
I don't think there is any issue using 'standard' RF licensing for a book or movie cover. The only time an extended print license is needed is if the photo or illustration is the featured item. Things like a photo mug, calendar, etc. are all items that require an extended license, and all are examples of things where you buy the item because you want the photo. A book or movie isn't like that...
An extended print license isn't about whether you are printing the image, it is all about whether the image is 'essential' or not and is considered redistribution. A book cover is an example of a specific use PERMITTED under the standard RF license.
With so many business images,how do you know what to shoot to create a new trend or at least to have a honest chance agains the rest of much better photographers who invest a lot of money and time in a photo?In my mind the only way is, to combine photos with digital design so...here are some of new photos created for business:
What do you think?Is a good or bad business idea?:)
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