Public Relations Portrait Photography is defined as: Photographs distributed (without charge to the publications) to editorial magazines, newsletters, newspapers, and wire services, to achieve unpaid articles about the event or organization. This type of photography generally has a very high percentage of publications using the photography provided, and as such, higher rates apply.

 

Public Relations Event Photography use is defined as: Photographs distributed (without charge to the publications) to editorial magazines, newsletters, newspapers, and wire services, to achieve unpaid articles about the event or organization.

 

Editorial Magazine Photography: Usage for this editorial category is defined as: Regularly published newsletters, magazines, newspapers, and trade publications. Rights granted are first North-American, English-language only, reprints are not included, and a guarantee against final usage applies.  As magazines charge for the advertising which appears on their web pages separately and above the advertising which appears in their magazines, we too charge additional fees for images in the online version.

 

Corporate Marketing use is defined as:  Photographs used in external corporate literature, promotional and sales brochures, catalogs, and annual reports. Reprints of previously published editorial articles are among the numerous types of photography that is in this category.

 

Corporate Web use is defined as:  Use of an image on corporate internet and intranet sites.

 

Advertising use is defined as:  Photographs used in paid media space. Paid articles (advertorials), catalogs, billboards, and advertisements fall into this category.