Supply image for free? Hmmm let me think....


Paul Morgan 18 19.4k 6 England
22 Jun 2013 1:40AM
I just guessed it was due to the views of some of the parents, being afraid of were these pictures of there kids could end up.

It was just thought it odd they enjoyed a visit from the local reporter and seeing pictures of there kids in the paper, all very strange considering anyone could order prints and these pictures could end up anywhere.

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Gundog 6 629 Scotland
22 Jun 2013 10:05AM

Quote:I'm happy to give something to a Charity who then sells it to raise funds. But not for a commercial body like a magazine.

There are many people who will buy from charity shops to sell at a profit elsewhere and you have no control over that. Would those who have agreed to provide work free to the charities still do so if they knew the work would be resold for profit?



Why would it matter? The whole point of giving it in the first place is to support the charity - and that objective has been achieved. What the buyer then does with it is totally irrelevant.
ade_mcfade 15 15.2k 216 England
22 Jun 2013 10:06AM
photographs of children in plays are tedious and should be banned Wink


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