Assignment / Commercial Photography

See the ASSIGNMENT PORTFOLIOS above for the drop down list.

We would be happy to discuss and quote your project, send us an email or call 404-919-2045. Assignment photography is varied by project and client, creative fees, usage and production costs will be estimated based on the individual requirements of each project.

All images are available for commercial licensing to use in your advertising, brochures, editorial, marketing, website, packaging, print collateral and other photogrphaic needs.

Commercial Photography - From Wikipedia

Commercial photography is probably best defined as any photography for which the photographer is paid for images rather than works of art. In this light money could be paid for the subject of the photograph or the photograph itself. Wholesale, retail, and professional uses of photography would fall under this definition. The commercial photographic world could include:

  • Commercial photography is used to sell or promote a product, service, or idea. The photographs will be used for a business' commercial gain to promote their new products  & services.
  • Editorial photography is used for educational or journalistic purposes in magazines or on websites (ezines). The photographs will be used to illustrate an article in a publication.
  • Retail photography is commissioned or purchased for personal use. This can include weddings, portraits, family/personal life events and are only used by the buyers for personal enjoyment, sometime family, friends and acquantences will purchase a copy. No commercial use is granted.

Commercial, editorial or retail, photographs are intellectual property. In general the photographer is the owner of this property when the image is created. The photographer may license the images for a specific time frame or usage and may also sell/license the images to additional users. (Some text excepted from ASMP Liscensing Guide.)

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