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Terms and Conditions

Welcome to Page Photography and Bury Framing. By engaging our services, you agree to the following terms and conditions:

Payment Terms:

Full payment is required upon completion of the service unless otherwise agreed in writing.

We accept payments via cash, credit/debit card, and bank transfer.

Late payments may incur a surcharge of 5% per month.

Ownership of Goods:

All goods, including but not limited to photographs and framed items, remain the property of Page Photography and Bury Framing until full payment has been received.

We reserve the right to reclaim any goods for which payment has not been made in full.

Use of Images:

By using our services, you grant Page Photography and Bury Framing the right to use your images for promotional purposes, including on our website, social media, and other marketing materials.

If you do not wish for your images to be used in this manner, please inform us in writing prior to the completion of the service.

Cancellation and Refunds:

Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled service to avoid a cancellation fee of 50% of the service cost.

Refunds are not provided for services rendered; however, we strive to ensure customer satisfaction and will work with you to address any concerns.


Page Photography and Bury Framing is not liable for any loss or damage to your property during the service, except where such loss or damage is due to our negligence.

Our liability for any claim, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise, shall not exceed the amount paid for the services.

Privacy Policy:

Your personal information will be handled in accordance with our privacy policy, which is available on our website.

We do not share your information with third parties without your consent, except as required by law.

By engaging Page Photography and Bury Framing, you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agree to these terms and conditions. If you have any questions or require further clarification, please contact us.

Types of Royalty Fees

A digital image royalty fee is a payment made for the right to use a digital image, such as photographs, illustrations, or other visual media, which is typically owned by a photographer, artist, or a stock image agency. This fee is part of a licensing agreement where the user pays to legally use the image under certain conditions. Here are the key aspects:

  1. Royalty-Free (RF):
  • Definition: Once purchased, the image can be used multiple times without paying additional royalties, though there may still be some restrictions on usage.
  • Common Use Cases: Websites, marketing materials, social media, presentations.
  • Pricing: Usually a one-time fee based on the size and resolution of the image or the intended usage.
  1. Rights-Managed (RM):
  • Definition: The fee is based on specific usage details such as duration, geographic location, and the type of media where the image will be used.
  • Common Use Cases: High-profile advertising campaigns, exclusive projects, large-scale commercial uses.
  • Pricing: Varies significantly depending on the specifics of the usage agreement.

Factors Influencing the Cost

  • Image Quality and Resolution: Higher resolution and quality images tend to be more expensive.
  • Exclusivity: Exclusive rights (the image won't be sold to others) cost more than non-exclusive rights.
  • Usage Scope: Broader usage rights, such as global or unlimited use, increase the fee.
  • Duration of Use: Longer usage periods typically incur higher fees.
  • Industry and Purpose: Images for commercial use usually cost more than those for editorial or personal use.

Licensing Agreements

These agreements outline:

  • Usage Rights: What the buyer can and cannot do with the image.
  • Duration of Use: How long the image can be used.
  • Geographical Limits: Where the image can be used.
  • Exclusivity Terms: Whether the image can be used by others during the license period.

Sources of Digital Images

  • Stock Photo Agencies: Companies like Shutterstock, Getty Images, Adobe Stock offer extensive libraries of royalty-free and rights-managed images.
  • Freelance Photographers/Artists: Individual creators often sell licenses directly through their websites or platforms like Etsy or Fiverr.
  • Public Domain and Creative Commons: Some images are free to use under specific Creative Commons licenses or are in the public domain.

Why Pay a Royalty Fee?

  • Legal Protection: Ensures that you are not infringing on copyrights.
  • Quality Assurance: Professional images often meet high standards of resolution and composition.
  • Time Savings: Access to a vast library of images without needing to create them from scratch.

Understanding and adhering to the terms of digital image royalty fees is crucial for legal compliance and maximizing the value and impact of visual content in various projects.