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Author Topic: Agencies that provide 1-time use licenses  (Read 1559 times)

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SME

« on: September 11, 2015, 22:19 »
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The only two I can think of are Canva and Picfair - are there any other established ones?


« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2015, 00:50 »
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There is the SS facebook deal where the image goes with an ad sale and we get a royalty each time an ad is sold, which is pretty close to a one time use (as the ad buyer doesn't get to use the image anywhere else)

And Canva isn't one time usage, but one design - which I think the purchaser can use as much as they want (more than one web site or domain; more than one print run and so on).

« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2015, 09:36 »
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Isn't this the same thing as RM? 

« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2015, 12:41 »
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One time use is RM - Alamy and other traditional sites provide for that type of license. On Alamy you can choose which license you want, but can't choose RM if the same image is available elsewhere as RF.

« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2015, 16:56 »
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One time use is RM - Alamy and other traditional sites provide for that type of license. On Alamy you can choose which license you want, but can't choose RM if the same image is available elsewhere as RF.

RM does not necessarily mean one time use.

« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2015, 17:27 »
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One time use is RM - Alamy and other traditional sites provide for that type of license. On Alamy you can choose which license you want, but can't choose RM if the same image is available elsewhere as RF.

RM does not necessarily mean one time use.

I know it can also mean repeat use within a publication - e.g. a tiny image in a magazine index and a larger one inside or on the cover - but in most cases it means one-time use - in my experience, most times when my image has been used, e.g. twice in a book or in a print newspaper and their online edition, I get two separate license sales.

« Reply #6 on: September 15, 2015, 17:56 »
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Choosing the RM-E (Rights Managed - Exclusive) licence on Alamy will allow for one time use as far as i know. At the very least it can only be sold to one customer - not sure of the customer can use it more than one time though...

http://www.alamy.com/contributor/help/image-licences.asp

« Reply #7 on: September 15, 2015, 18:04 »
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I think the point in general is that rights managed just means that you get a limited set of rights for a limited time, geography, page size, page position or other conditions.

It doesn't say anything about the specifics of any given license, just that the licensor knows and tracks every use of the image. Unlike with Royalty Free where you not only don't get paid for additional uses, but have no idea what's been done with the image (unless you happen upon it or the designer tells you).


 

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