I’ll be one of the official fitness photographers shooting at the FMI Fall Conference in Redondo Beach, California on October 20-23, 2011. For those interested in private shooting, I will have very limited time slots available.
I have two options for private sessions during FMI:
My special FMI attendee offer is $300 for one hour shooting with 5 included edited pics. which is an additional $50 value for FREE
Regular rate is $250 for one hour shooting with one included edited pic
Each additional edited pic is available at $25/each.
A 50% non refundable, non transferrable deposit is required to lock in your shoot date, which will be applied to the balance of the shoot. Please make payments by Paypal to email@example.com after we agree on the details.
I will have a white studio background setup and can also do location shots around the venue.
For bookings, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To review my work, please visit http://natalieminhphotography.com.
Image Usage and Rights
Common Questions: Should any of the images get picked by a publisher, how does that work? Would I be able to get any money from that particular submission or follow up work that would pay? Would I be able to get a copy of the final use of the image to add to my portfolio?
Upon my submission of the images and use of image by the publisher, I will receive the usage right fees. Likewise, any fees that you can earn from your own submission of images that you purchased is entirely yours. If I post process any pictures outside of what you select, I will send to you the web size resolution for your use. You can purchase the full res for $25 and again you can do as you like with them. On all work I inform the publisher of your name and contact info for their records, I kindly ask for the same. Often times though unless it’s an athlete feature, the publisher will not note the athlete name (general editorial image).
US copyright law states that the photographer (like a musician or an artist) holds the copyrights to all work produced, even if the work is commissioned. The photographer writes usage right contracts on their images and thus can pursue multiple avenues of revenue such as stock, magazine, product licensing, etc. I like to simplify things by allowing paying model portfolio subjects the ability to generate income from their images, not only use it in their portfolio, for an unlimited amount of time.