Picture is in The Financial Times but NO EL?
One of my pictures was is the Financial Times at last weekend.
This picture in on several stock agencies and it was downloaded couple of times
at Dreamstime (subscription 0.35$) and couple of regular download on Sutterstock (0.33$).
I would like to ask you. Should I count on the money of EL or somehow (special contract with the customer) or the 0.30$ (-ish) what I can get for the picture which is in paper?
Thanks for Your help
It depends on which agency they bought it from, and what the circulation is of the FT edition that it appeared in (congratulations, by the way!).
SS allows up to 250,000 reproductions; DT up to 500,000.
One of the downsides of being independent; we can't know which agency our image was purchased from, unless it's named as part of the photographer's credit line.
According to wikipedia, FT's circulation runs from 75,000 for the UK edition up to 430K for the international edition.
Basically, I'd say you're out of luck pursuing an EL, as they very well may not have needed one.