How to License My Photos

For $40 per photo ($180 for 5 photos, $320 for 10 photos), I will grant a perpetual, non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide right to reproduce one of the photographs on my web site. The photograph may be reproduced an unlimited number of times in any and all media for all purposes including commercial use, and can be adapted, altered and modified without limitation. A credit line including the name "Jeff Bondono" and the web address "www.JeffBondono.com" must accompany the photograph when it is reproduced, either on the photograph, in close proximity to it, or in a credit section of the media in which it is used.

I will provide the full-resolution image in jpeg format, much higher than the resolution available on my web site. For photos taken before November 2014, this is usually 4272x2848, which is 14.25x9.5 inches at 300 dpi. After November 2014, photos are usually 6000x4000, resulting in 20x13.3 inch reproduction at 300 dpi. Cropped photos will naturally be a smaller number of pixels, and mosaics will typically be a larger number of pixels.

To license a photograph, please send an email detailing the filename(s) of the photo(s) you would like to license. On my full-screen photo pages, the filename is at the upper-left corner of the screen or underneath the photo before the caption. For example, the first photo on my best few from Prague page has a filename of "DSC004607-20150311". I will confirm the resolution I can supply for each photo you wish to license, and send you a license agreement to print, sign, scan, and email back to me. Upon receipt of this, and the paypal payment (to paypal.me/JeffBondono), I will print, sign, scan and email back to you the license agreement, along with a link from which you can download the full-resolution photo that I have exported for you. This will typically happen within a day or two, unless I warn you otherwise in my initial email to you.