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Linda ­ Hawkins
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Apr 16, 2008 15:52 |  #1

I shot some images of a local eating place for the NBC Today Show.




  
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Apr 16, 2008 16:37 |  #2

Do you mean a restaurant ??


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Apr 16, 2008 17:54 |  #3

Gary_Evans wrote in post #5342878 (external link)
Do you mean a restaurant ??

lol...it's actually a diner place.




  
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Apr 16, 2008 18:51 |  #4

Linda Hawkins wrote in post #5342658 (external link)
...what should I charge the "eating place" for rights to use these images on their website? Not sure what a fair price would be for that type of thing.

TIA!
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Free "eating" for life maybe? :cool:


  
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Apr 16, 2008 18:53 as a reply to  @ Linda Hawkins's post |  #5

Is it some place you'd be interesting in eating at? If so, perhaps you can negotiate for a deal that gets you free meals for the term of the license you grant.

EDIT.....

Damn, a minute too late. Jason beat me to it.




  
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Apr 16, 2008 18:56 |  #6

I would look at Getty Images and pick a similar image, run their calculator and carefully consider how they will use the images. I just shot one of the top restaurants in town for a local magazine. They saw the proofs and will be licensing a few for their own use.


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Apr 16, 2008 19:14 as a reply to  @ tcphoto1's post |  #7

Funny guys....I don't eat there. And I will say, that when I did the shoot it was dinner time and I had no desire to eat there....although it's a popular place, it's not my style....if it was, I guess I'd be seeing a heart attack in my future. ;)

tcphoto I'll go check out Getty but I'm wondering if you'd share more with me about your deal?




  
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Apr 16, 2008 19:42 |  #8

Do it for a year time frame, that renews if they want to use it the following year.
That way, you will eat for life,one way or the other, if they cant get a better shot than the one you provide.
Web use only, duration of licence -1 year, all other rights reserved in exchange for $100 cheeseburgers or whatever......:p


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Apr 17, 2008 08:33 |  #9

Are there any people in the pictures? If so then you will need a model release; you wouldn't have needed one for the TV show, or to sell prints, but if they want to put the images on their site then you will need one.


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Apr 17, 2008 08:40 |  #10

Stocky wrote in post #5347503 (external link)
Are there any people in the pictures? If so then you will need a model release; you wouldn't have needed one for the TV show, or to sell prints, but if they want to put the images on their site then you will need one.

The only pictures where you can see faces and identify people are the owners. There are a couple with people, but their faces are not shown.




  
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