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Brasilnut

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« on: February 20, 2017, 04:01 »
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Hey all,

I'm trying out FAA for the first time with the free 25 max uploads, then probably upgrade to the premium version which seems like good value. But, before I do that I have a question about licensing.

I license some images exclusively to some agencies. Would these have any conflict with putting them up on FAA? Suppose a buyer wants to license one of my pics and put it into a greeting card to sell commercially or are FAA licenses restricted to non-commercial uses.

Thanks in advance.

Brasilnut
www.arotenberg.photoshelter.com


« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2017, 12:01 »
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you really need to read the contract you have with the agencies rather than asking here. no one can answer that question without knowing the agencies you use to sell your work

« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2017, 13:16 »
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POD is not a commercial and its no problems uploading anything , RM as well. The POD dont sell pictures like micro-agencies they sell prints and therefore not commercial as such.
I have to say though, it used to be good but today its like a graveyard!

« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2017, 13:19 »
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really?? i am with an agency who dont allow for POD, so there you go. best advice is to check the contract with agency. no other way about it really

ShadySue

« Reply #4 on: February 20, 2017, 21:06 »
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POD is not a commercial and its no problems uploading anything , RM as well. The POD dont sell pictures like micro-agencies they sell prints and therefore not commercial as such.
I have to say though, it used to be good but today its like a graveyard!
At FAA you can opt in images, in bulk or
 one one by one, to sell as either RM or RF. So far, I only remember reading Joanne saying she'd had a file licensed via FAA, way back when it became an option.
As always, you should read the contract for yourself to see if the terms are acceptable to you.



 

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