All my images and videos are available for instant purchase/licensing and download from this website.
All images and videos on this website are protected by international copyright laws and treaties, and may not be copied, downloaded, reproduced, transmitted, manipulated, hotlinked or used in any way without a license or the expressed written permission of the photographer.
How do I license an image?
To license an image, go to my Image Archive where you can purchase a license and download my images.
Follow the links to an image and click on the Add to Cart button. Under the Downloads tab, select the license best suited to your use of the image and you will be provided with a quote. Click the Add to Cart button to add the image to your cart. Complete the purchase process, and once the terms are agreed to and the fee is paid, the image will be made available for download.
How do I license an video?
To license a video for use, go to my Video Library where you can purchase a license and download my videos.
Follow the links to a video. If different video formats are available, select the format best suited to your use, and click on the Add to Cart button followed by the Checkout button. Complete the purchase process, and once the fee is paid the video will be made available for download.
What kind of licensing schemes do you offer for your images and videos?
The licenses available for each image or video may vary. We currently offer the following licenses for personnel and commercial use.
- A Rights Managed (RM) license means that an image or video is priced and purchased for a specific explicit purpose for a set period of time. For example, licensing an image for editorial publication at 1/2 page size on an inside page of a U.S. national magazine with a circulation of 100,000 is considered a specific purpose. An appropriate Rights Managed fee will be determined based on that usage.
- A Royalty Free (RF) license means that an image or video is priced and purchased based on it’s size. For example, a website may use an image which measures 500 pixels on its longest side, or a magazine may require an image which measure 4000 pixels on its longest side.
- A Personal Use (PU) license means that an image or video is priced and purchased based on it’s size. For example, a website may use an image which measures 500 pixels on its longest side. Personal Use licensed images are for your personal use only and not to be used for any commercial purposes. Nor shall they be transferred to other parties, copied, replicated or altered in any form.
Contact us if you cannot find the license you require.
Please note that licensing of an image or video does not confer the copyright to you.
Additionally, by licensing an image or video here, you are solely responsible for liability of use. Some uses may require model or property release. Please ensure that the photo or video is suitable for your use before licensing.
How do I know you are the original photographer of these images or videos?
- The original film slides and digital RAW files of all my images and videos are stored in a secure archive, and can be produced as evidence on request.
- Metadata is added to every image specifying my copyright and contact details when the image is processed. (Note – Some social websites delete this data when the image is uploaded, and screenshot copies of an image will not contain metadata).
- All of my images are submitted and registered with various copyright offices around the world.
I have been contacted by a lawyer about using one of your images. Is this a scam?
I actively use Google, Tineye, Copytrack, and other image tracking services to find copyright infringements.
I then utilise a global legal network to pursue these infringements of my copyright around the world.
You can contact us to confirm if you have been contacted by an approved lawyer, however once the infringement claim process has begun it must be dealt with through my lawyers.