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Commercial Royalty Free license

 

Commercial-Use license allows buyers using photos on commercial basis.Stock photos Fotoroad.com  can be used on book covers, as a postcard, in ads, as part of a web site design, in magazines, etc. Commercial-use license allows images to be used for editorial content.

If an individual's or a property's likeness is used commercially, you should ensure that you obtain a model or property release authorizing such use. Fotoroad.com will usually not allow purchasing of unreleased images for commercial use, and you are welcome to contact us should you need to receive a copy of the release form for commercial use images you have bought.Ask for  availability of the release forms.

Please note that some images may not be available for basic commercial use, and some images may not be available for any commercial usage.

The main differences between the two types of Commercial License we are sell is are outlined below:

Basic Commercial License Use:

 

Print Usage (Non-Resale, up to 12,000 copies)

  • Advertisement
  • Decoration
  • Brochure, pamphlet, document, report
  • Any non-resale print or product
  • Any print project covered under Editorial Standard License
Electronic Usage (Non-Resale)
  • Web page advertisement
  • Web page design element
  • E-Newsletter design element or advertisement (up to 12,000 e-mails)
  • Electronic document (up to 12,000 copies)
  • Multimedia presentation (up to 15,000 copies)
  • Any electronic project covered under Editorial Basic License
Full Commercial License Use:  
Print Usage (Resale and Unlimited Run)
  • Book jacket or interior page
  • Greeting card design
  • Poster for resale
  • Calendar for resale
  • Mug or T-shirt design
  • Software packaging, CD/DVD/video or audio tape label
  • Trade show display, billboard, exhibit
  • Any print project covered under Basic Commercial License
  • Any print project covered under Editorial Full License
  • Any item/product for resale
Electronic Usage (Resale and Unlimited Run)
  • Electronic greeting card
  • Web application template
  • Presentation software template
  • Screensaver
  • E-mail template
  • Any electronic project covered under Basic Standard License
  • Any electronic project covered under Editorial Full LicensEditorial Use Royalty-Free License

  




Editorial Royalty Free license

 

Editorial Use Images are photos of recognizable people and places without model or property releases. These images are suitable to illustrate news articles, but are not cleared for commercial use.

Examples of Editorial Use image subjects:

These photos are normally taken in public places. These images can be legally used for editorial purposes such as news reporting, criticism or commentary on the subject of the image.

Customarily acceptable editorial uses include newspaper or magazine articles and feature stories which are associated with the image(s) used; internet articles and feature stories which are associated with the image(s) used; or certain books on topic. Editorial use images are usually different from commercial stock images, they can be photos of celebrities, politicians, newsworthy events, and many more.

Please note that some images may not be available for basiceditorial use.

The main differences between the two types of Editorial License are outlined below:

Basic Editorial License Use:  
  • Web-based news article or press release
  • Personal or corporate blog
  • E-Newsletter editorial (up to 12,000 e-mails)
  • Printed editorial in limited run (up to 12,000 copies) newspaper, magazine, or other printed media
  • All content used within editorial context or related must be accompanied by a visible byline. Ex: (c) Photographer/fotoroad.com

Full Editorial License Use:  
  • Large circulation newspaper editorial
  • Magazine editorial
  • Publication/book of historical nature (educational materials, encyclopedia, etc.)
  • Any unlimited run printed editorial
  • Any unlimited run electronic editorial
  • Any editorial covered under Basic Editorial License
  • All content used within editorial context or related must be accompanied by a visible byline. Ex: (c) Photographer/fotoroad.com

 




Free Royalty Free

FREE Royalty-Free License

All content used within Free Royalty Free context or related must be accompanied by a visible byline. Ex: (c) Photographer/fotoroad.com

The image are available for free to Fotoroad.com registered customers, accompanied by the regular Royalty Free license