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I have just discovered that a French fashion website is using an image of
mine to illustrate a pair of shoes.
I have contacted them and asked for either payment for use of the image
or for them to remove it from their website.
Should the unthinkable happen and they agree to pay for it rather
than take it down, has anyone got any idea what I should expect to get ?
It's this one ( sorry to the mods* in advance for the external link ):-
*quite an ironic turn of phrase given the photo content
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Cheeky sods, what's the fashion site?
( fashion / shop place )
How did you discover they were using it?
£250 one off use, check flikr's terms and make sure by uploading to them that you've not got into a RF agreement??
Quote: How did you discover they were using it?
For some reason it's one of the most viewed pics on my Flickr page, so I followed a link that
was used to view it ( just a Google image search ) and noticed it came up twice...
Quote: £250 one off use, check flikr's terms and make sure by uploading to them that you've not got into a RF agreement??
Cool. Seems reasonable Thanks.
I don't subscribe to Flickr's Creative Commons thing, I have opted out so all my images are ( should be ) copyrighted to me...
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