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The other day I’d put the question out there regarding licensing photography.  Larry was quick to point out that my friend Terry deals with that type of thing regularly, so I got in touch with Terry.

He wasn’t sure…….

But he did know a couple of photographers in Tucson who deal with commercial photography all the time.  And he shot them e-mails posing the question.

Tim Fuller was kind enough to get in touch and help me out.  And right after I spoke with him…….

I found a really cool web link which confirmed everything Tim had told me.

Photographer’s Index dot com has a great resource, and I thought I’d share it with everyone here.  Next time you’re trying to figure out what to charge a potential client for the licensing of something you’ve shot, head over to!  What a useful website!

Oh, and by the way…..Yes, I’ve officially licensed my first shot for a corporate catalog!  Sure, I’ve used the micro stock sites for years now, but to directly license a photo to a corporate client.  I’d never done that before.  And I’ll tell you, it’s a nice feeling!

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