Ok, have some examples of situations many of us could be in and whether we can or cannot sell the images we take.
Airshow photos where you pay to enter the gate and your dslr with kit passes entry inspection....can we sell the images to people, magazines etc?
Car Show n Shine where you pay a small donation to the charity or school where its hosted, can you sell images of cars and bikes etc to owners of them or to respected magazines?
Sporting Events - with donation or minimum entry fee at local sports ground with minimal spectator attendance ?
Large Sporting Events such as major league, cricket etc etc?
Walking around in your city and taking creative snaps of landmarks and buildings that dont breach security?
Please note the photographer I am referring to could be just a you and I hobby snapper to the run of the mill wedding/portrait photographer who makes their living from weddings/portraits.
I attended a motorcycle show and shine 4 weeks ago Sydney and it was held at a local sports field with a gold coin donation $1-$2 AUS.
It managed to snag some really nice shots of bikes and closeups of the wheels and relative parts. Prior to taking photos of each bike I respectfully asked permission from the owner of the bike if I could take snaps and all agreed.
The shots impress me to the point that I would like to sell them to magazines or back to owners themselves......CAN I DO THIS?
I ask as I am trying to come to terms with the concept that though I was given permission, I should sell the photo back to owner, where as my old fashion train of thought is to give them the photo as they gave me permission in the first place.
How do I treat this circumstance?