I work directly with clients to gain an understanding about specific requirements for each project:
Copyright law grants exclusive ownership of images to the photographer that creates them. These rights include but are not limited to the following:
Licensing is something that is common among architectural and/or commercial photographers. The license is a legal agreement between the photographer and the client that sets forth usage rights and timelines. A license does not allow the client to share photos with third parties unless there is a prior agreement. Individual licenses will cover the types of photos each client needs, the way they intend to use them and the expected time of use.
It used to be costly to get aerial photographs using airplanes or helicopters. Today, with drone technology, I have the ability to create professional grade aerial imagery for a fraction of the cost. I am Part 107 certified with the FAA. This license allows me to shoot commercially. However, there are factors to consider when thinking about aerial photography:
Made by infusing dyes directly into aluminum, HD metal prints are a great modern alternative to display art. These have a beautiful vibrancy and luminosity. They are lightweight, durable, easy to care for and are ready to hang.
Each canvas is made using the highest quality fine art canvas, hand stretched onto heavy wood stretcher bars. Every piece has a matte UV protective varnish making it easy to clean and increases color longevity. Standard depth is 1-½”, but is available in ¾” and 2″ depths.
Di-Bond is a mounting substrate commonly used in galleries and museums. It is an aluminum composite that is is extremely rigid and lightweight. It is very sturdy even at large sizes, has a UV protection, and comes ready to hang.
TruLife acrylic face mounts offer a luminescent glow unlike any other kind of photo product. It is the absolute best acrylic available and allows for extremely deep black and rich colors. It is anti-reflective, abrasion resistant, and blocks 99% of UV light.