Contact, Terms and Conditions, Fee Guidelines
I can print any size or on almost any item for images taken or created by myself. Please get in touch if you want to know if a project is possible, the answer is usually yes!
My guidelines for a standard job are as follows, £150 for a personal photoshoot and £250 for a commercial project. This includes a reasonable amount of time, travel and editing. For a personal shoot such as a family or pet portrait session, a generous number of prints are included along with high quality digital copies. For a commercial shoot all high quality digital images are included as well a license to use them.
I currently offer a streamlined headshots service available anywhere within Cambridgeshire for £100 for enough digital images to kickstart your online portfolio.
Additional time spent on site, a difficult location, additional staff, size and quantity of images or prints required, licensing and image editing or styling all affect pricing so please contact me to discuss your specific requirements.
Would you like to give someone close to you a present they will remember forever? I provide printed gift certificates for all personal and pet photo shoots and no extra charge.
As a rule I never transfer copyright of images. This does not affect your commercial license in any way and we will have discussed usage prior to work taking place.
Any derivate work produced as a new, original work MUST be cleared with me first.
Please credit tonycoleby.com with a standard DoFollow link on any website where the images are to be used.
If I have taken photos on spec at your event (ie. not prepaid) and published them on the web, (normally Facebook, Twitter, Flickr or this website) then you are free to share them with my logo intact and with accreditation as above. In no case crop, edit or alter any image to remove my logo. If you do this my standard image licensing rates will become payable.
In the absence of any other contract, written or verbal then the following applies:
All of these terms and conditions are subject to change and are the result of years of trying to forge a happy compromise between "getting on with the job" and "being paid a fair rate". It is my firm belief that none of my terms are unfair or vastly different to those of my peers with whom I review these regularly.